Lianne Stephenson is not only a busy full time Mum, but she also runs her own handmade craft business, and is an independent Usborne Books at Home Organiser for children and young people’s publisher Usborne Books. And two days of the week she is in Ely helping at her mum’s very popular Lemon Tree Deli Cafe.
And when the lockdown began Lianne also started fundraising for the NHS from sales of crocheted rainbows and hand creams and lip balms.
Lianne also mentioned that her young son Samuel had taken part in a sponsored read/listen event raising money for charity too.
Lianne runs a stall selling children’s books and craft stuff outside her house from 9.30 am to 5 pm and hopes to continue this throughout winter, otherwise it will be a virtual winter fair which will allow everyone to purchase some goodies for Christmas.
And as this live-wire lady says: “I know you’re all going to hate me for this, but to be able to give you all that personal touch, I need time to get creative! So if you are looking for Christmas gifts please have your orders in by 1st November and your 50% deposit, then the final amount to be paid upon collection of local delivery in Littleport. I can post to anywhere in the UK for just £4.00.”
If you want to find out more about Lianne’s craft goods just log on to her Facebook page ‘Handmade by Lianne’ and for book orders message her on Facebook page ‘Stephenson’s Books’ – a good use of social media.