The family of a five-year-old boy who had his honesty shop stolen – including goods he was selling and the money he’d made – have received hundreds of offers of help after news of it went viral on social media. Antiques expert Philip Serrell, who appears on BBC antiques shows, shared the plight of Harry Clare, five, after hearing about how his honesty shop had been raided. The boy sells eggs and other dairy items including goats milk – and even soap – from his parents glamping site, Rosebud Meadow, in Malvern, Worcestershire. Harry Clare, five, from Malvern, Worcestershire sells eggs and cheese from an honesty shop at his parents’ glamping site On Tuesday, Harry’s family noticed that the budding shopkeeper’s supplies had been taken, along with the takings. Auctioneer Serrell shared the family’s dismay on social media, writing on Twitter: ‘This is Harry – he is five and runs a little honesty shop near to my Saleroom. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Fashion fan is left stunned at just how big an £11 summer… New York City restaurant hostess who reviews the celebrities… Couple who bought a rundown 1970s bungalow for £295,000… Share this article Share ‘Someone has stolen his… Read full this story
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