Isabel Clifton in the title role of Hetty Feather in the new CBBC series Hetty Feather, an adaptation of the popular novel of the same name by Dame Jacqueline Wilson.
The 10-part period drama tells the story of Hetty, a flame-haired Victorian girl abandoned as a baby by her mother at the Foundling Hospital.
A timeless and compelling tale, which brings the realities of the Victorian age – good, bad, funny and tragic – to life through the eyes of the boys and girls who inhabit the Foundling Hospital. They endure the terrifying dictatorship of Matron Bottomley (played by Eva Pope). Punishments are the norm, kindness is a rarity. The Foundlings have to stick together.
This is 13 year old Isabel's first TV role, she is represented by Sandra Singer Associates.
Hetty Feather was filmed on location at Cobham Hall, a boarding school in Kent and is due to air on CBBC in May.