A professional costume maker has raised a whopping £2300 for Sutton Night Watch.

Heather Filby has been creating masks for £3 with £1 from every sale going to the homeless charity.

The thoughtful 25-year-old decided to help Sutton Night Watch after making her family and friends smile by delivering them masks at the start of the outbreak.

After posting pictures of her masks online, Heather received a massive response and soon realised she was able to extend her funds to the homeless charity.

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Speaking to Sutton Guardian, Heather Filby said: “I am very pleased to be able to support the amazing work Sutton Night Watch do.

"I know they have been supporting many people through these very unique times and I am happy I could help in some small way."

Director of Sutton Night Watch, Nadine Kennedy, said “We are incredibly grateful for Heather's support and never imagined such a generous amount would come from this.

"Her sewing skills are phenomenal.

"We are so very lucky to have someone so talented and charitable in our area."

Heather will continue to make machine washable masks, which come in different sizes over the coming weeks.

Masks are available for £3, with free local contactless delivery.

If you would like to support the cause, visit at Facebook.com/Heather.Filby.9