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Weʼre raising £2,000 to To help out Pete and his family during this trying and stressful time.

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Those of you who know Pete, will know that he is larger than life, full of personality, bright, creative, energetic, generous and above all, totally devoted to his family - Stacey, Evia, Saffy and Saul.

On Wednesday 26th October, Pete suffered a major stroke and their lives changed in a moment. Although Pete has regained most of his movement back, he is unable to read, write or speak. For someone who does not stop talking, we can only imagine Pete's frustration at not being able to communicate except via sign language. He is at home and undergoing intensive physio and speech therapy classes. Stacey has been amazing and is his rock.

We have set up this justgiving page to give Pete and Stacey's friends and family an opportunity to help them through what is a very stressful, uncertain and worrying time. If you can, please donate something - however small the amount. Every little helps, as they say and it's something positive that we can all do to help alleviate the family's immediate financial pressures.

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  • Andy O'Callaghan

    Andy O'Callaghan

    17 days ago

    Andy O'Callaghan

    28 fabulous people have donated £825 so far after only a few days. Please keep sharing to anyone who may now Pete and his family - he really needs our help.

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  • Roger and Peggy Farr

    Roger and Peggy Farr

    Nov 23, 2016

    Stacey's mum is my cousin, Get well soon Pete. Thinking of you all.


  • Vanessa Price

    Vanessa Price

    Nov 22, 2016


  • Jay Squibb

    Jay Squibb

    Nov 21, 2016

    Get better soon Pete.


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