A BIG-HEARTED gran has donated her 20th wedding anniversary gifts to help children with special needs.

Georgina Lockett renewed her wedding vows and presented £600 donated by family and friends to Hebden Green School, where her six-year-old son Fraser is a pupil.

The Winsford mum shared her special celebration with her two daughters Leanne and Lauren, four grandsons and their families plus 70 guests at Knights Grange Farm.

"It was absolutely fabulous," said Georgina, 61, who met her husband Richard, 47, an information analyst, whilst they were both working for a building society.

The couple got married at Stoke Register Office.

Georgina quit her job at a lending bank to become a florist in 2016 and opened a shop on High Street, Georgina's Incredible Blooms, 18 months ago.

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Florist Georgina Lockett opened her shop Georgina's Incredible Blooms on High Street 18 months ago

"The shop is going really well, I'm chuffed," said Georgina. "I just love flowers.

"Hebden Green School is close to my heart because my grandson goes there. I support their summer and Christmas fairs and try and raise as much money as I can for them."

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Hebden Green School headteacher Alison Ashley said: "Georgina is a true friend of Hebden and has constantly supported us for the last four years since her grandson Fraser began with us in the nursery.

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Georgina Lockett, fifth from left, with Alison Ashley, headteacher of Hebden Green School, centre, staff and pupils. Her grandson Fraser is pictured second from left

"The money donated will be used to enhance our whole school technology offer including a projector in the school hall.

"We are beyond grateful to Georgina and all her family and friends."