Published: 14:00, 19 May 2014 |
Updated: 14:09, 19 May 2014
Any Eastenders fans in Dartford on Saturday were in for a shock - the last time they saw this character she was dead.
But actress Cheryl Fergison has been pretty busy since her character Heather Trott was murdered by Ben Mitchell in 2012.
She was at Wisdom Estates in Dartford for a fun day in aid of her charity, the Cheryl Fergison School of Creative Arts which supports underprivileged children in the South East.
Wisdom Estates was one of the first businesses to pledge sponsorship for disadvantaged children and to offer to help raise further support.
“She’s such a genuine lady,” said Diane Wisdom, a director of the independent estate agent Wisdom Estates and longtime Eastenders fan.
“She’s passionate about what she does. Quite a few children from the school were there and they enjoyed the day.”
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