Fundraising mission for life-changing operation

(l-r) Claire Garner, Cameron Garner, seven and Malcolm Hall, of Sprotborough are trying to raise �34,000 for an operation for Cameron who has spastic diplegic cerebal palsy, which would mean he could take his first independent steps. Picture: Andrew Roe
(l-r) Claire Garner, Cameron Garner, seven and Malcolm Hall, of Sprotborough are trying to raise �34,000 for an operation for Cameron who has spastic diplegic cerebal palsy, which would mean he could take his first independent steps. Picture: Andrew Roe
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A Doncaster family who have just weeks left to raise £35,000 to pay for their son’s life-changing operation are doing a sponsored wheelchair push this weekend.

On Sunday, Malcolm Hall and Clare Garner will walk five miles from Anchorage Lane Park, Sprotborough, to The Boat Inn and back while pushing their seven-year-old son Cameron.

Cameron was born with Spastic Diplegic Cerebral Palsy leaving him unable to walk. The family are trying desperately to raise the money so that Cameron can have a procedure at Leeds General Infirmary at the end of the month. To support the ‘Get Cameron Walking’ appeal call 01782 600 867 or visit www.justgiving.com/getcameronwalking