WESTON youngster needs less than £1,000 for wheelchair
PUBLISHED: 14:00 02 August 2018 | UPDATED: 17:14 03 August 2018
Less than £1,000 is needed to provide a Weston girl with a new terrain wheelchair.
Seven-year-old Phoebe Small has global development delay, which affects her learning and movement skills, her ability to walk or talk and interact with others socially and emotionally.
A fundraiser held at the Winscombe community centre, in Sandford Road, on Saturday was organised by Phoebe’s friend eight-year-old Grace Henderson and a bouncy castle, face painter and raffle were available.
The chair costs £3,000 but the event still leaves Phoebe about £1,000 short of her target which would allow her to replace her current chair with a terrain wheelchair more suited to her requirements.
People can still donate online to help Phoebe reach her goal.
To donate, visit www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/charlotte-small-2