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Fundraising event to help South Cerney man

There will be a funraising event on Friday 24th February at the Corn Hall in Cirencester to raise money for stem cell therapy.

Will Fenton of South Cerney had a bad trampoline accident three years ago when he landed on his head and dislocated his neck, paralysing him from the neck down.

After years of hard work Will does now have some movement and feeling back but he needs recolutionary new stem cell treatment which could help him to walk again.

This therapy is not available in the UK but Will can go to Holland for the treatment. The procedure costs about 13,000 and there have been various fundraising events to help pay for this including. To date, Will has raised 12,600

So on Friday 24th February there will be another fundraising event at the Corn Hall in Cirencester where various rock, metal and indie bands will play.

The cost of entry is 5 and the doors open at 7:30pm

To see the promotional poster go to click here

Posted : 15/02/2006 11:46:57

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