Animator uses his talents to raise funds for St Francis Hospice

Animator Sean Sears used his talents to create an animated film called Zombie Chicks, to raise funds

Animator Sean Sears used his talents to create an animated film called Zombie Chicks, to raise funds for St Francis Hospice - Credit: Archant

An animator has used his talents to help raise more than £725 for St Francis Hospice.

Sean Sears, 27, who has worked on animation sequences for TV shows like Comic Relief, got together with designer Daniel Marks, 27, to create an animation.

The script was written by members of the public who donated money to the hospice for each line of the story they wrote.

Sean was inspired to create the animation after his mother, Anita, was cared for by the hospice last year.

For more details visit www.justgiving.com/Sean-Sears1.


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