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Lavenham snowboarder's charity The Good Story to expand

28 April 2014 Last updated at 12:55 BST

A charity set up in memory of a 26-year-old woman killed in a snowboarding accident has announced plans to expand its work.

Emily Watts, known as Mimi, from Lavenham, Suffolk, crashed into a snowdrift and suffered a heart attack near Chamonix in December 2012.

The Good Story charity has helped more than 20 young entrepreneurs with their creative businesses.

Now it is set to be rolled out nationally.

Debbie Tubby reports.

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