Daisy’s Dream to Walk

We need to raise £75,000 for life changing spinal surgery for our beautiful 3 year old daughter who has Cerebral Palsy. This surgery will help Daisy to walk and improve her quality of life. 

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£25.00 from Julia
"For Sheila Pinney’s brilliant triathlon effort, so impressed you superstar! Xxx"
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"You should be very proud of the effort and energy that you all put in to help these children. I’ve no doubt this will be life changing for her. We are proud friends of Lee."
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"Fantastic effort Molly. 20 miles! You've got the bragging rights over Dad, for sure."
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"Well done guys you are awesome yet again xx"
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"Fantastic effort by all!! well done"
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£10.00 from Jason Hutchins
"Great cause, sponsoring James Mead with 10 mile walk Sunday."
£5.00 from Sally Ward
"A record day at the Mall on 17th Feb. What staggering generosity and support from the public! All for 6 hours work. Very humbling."
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"Great cause - well done to all involved! 👍🏼"
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"Great cause, well done to all involved"
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"Really proud of all you guys. Hope you smash it X 😊"
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"Good luck Rich & everyone taking part :) xx"
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"Pawsome effort Fido, race you on Saturday!"
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"Good luck to Mike and the team. A great cause. All the very best."
£25.00 from Robert Collin
"Well done and good luck sis xxxx"
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"Good Luck to Sheila & all those who are taking part! xx"
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"Good Luck Sheila, you can do it!"
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"Good luck Sheila! Xxxxx"
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We need to raise £75,000 for life changing spinal surgery for our beautiful 3 year old daughter from Bristol who has Cerebral Palsy. This surgery will help Daisy to walk and improve her quality of life.

Daisy is a lovely, funny girl arriving into this world several weeks early and was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. This causes tightness in her legs making walking difficult, climbing the stairs even harder and running impossible.

Daisy has a twin sister Poppy and is frustrated she can’t do the things she does.

There isn’t a cure for Cerebral Palsy, but there is life changing surgery called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) which Daisy has been referred for. SDR is the only surgical procedure that will permanently reduce or eliminate the tightness that causes Daisy to stumble and fall on a daily basis. The operation, which involves cutting some of the damaged nerves in the lower spine, isn’t available on the NHS and so to give Daisy the best possible chance of independence we need to raise £75,000 for Just4Children.

This will cover the operation and the intensive two year post op physiotherapy. Our wish for Daisy is to see her playing with her friends and having a more normal life.