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Closed 06/07/2019

raised of £2,000 target by 54 supporters

    Weʼve raised £2,220 to George Butler broke his leg playing rugby for his local team, since his injury has become infected leaving him jobless with a new born child

    Funded on Saturday, 6th July 2019

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    George butler broke his leg playing rugby for his local team Birmingham Civil Service, after being rushed to hospital he found out he had broken it in two places as well as a spiral fracture up the bottom of his leg. After undergoing an operation to add plates to support his break the wound became infected which has ate away the muscle surrounding the wound and now must have a 8 hour plus operation involving a muscle transplant, skin graft and fitting of a cage which he will have to have around his leg for a minimum of 12 months. As a local farmer who is self employed this has left him with out an income. The timing of which couldn't be worse as his girlfriend has just given birth to a baby boy names Oliver. Any donation that can be made to help George and his family through this time will be greatly appreciated.



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      • Marilyn Wiseman

        Marilyn Wiseman

        Apr 14, 2019

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        Mar 28, 2019

        All the best on your recovery.


      • BCSRFC Old Boys

        BCSRFC Old Boys

        Mar 26, 2019

        All the best George, wishing you a speedy recovery


      • Dick and Jayne Webb

        Dick and Jayne Webb

        Mar 26, 2019

        Good luck George


      • Anonymous


        Mar 19, 2019

        Good luck in your recovery


      • John Archer

        John Archer

        Mar 19, 2019

        Good luck George and here's to a speedy recovery.


      • john howard

        john howard

        Mar 18, 2019

        Good luck George


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