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£340raised of £1,000 target by 9 supporters

    Weʼve raised £340 to We are trying to raise funds to treat Cameron to some niceys after recovering from a Brain Tumour He also as spondylocostal dysplasia

    Leicester, UK
    Funded on Monday, 17th September 2018

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    After the success of Camerons Charity day on May 27th we have now raised over £1000 for him

    The final push for fund raising and the one failure on the day was the Charity Football Match which unfortunately didnt take place, now with a massive response from some top top lads it will now take place on Saturday 7th July Kickoff 12 o'clock on the 3g pitch at AFC ANDREWS Aylestone Recreation Ground Knighton Lane East

    Englands March to the semi-finals of the World Cup will be on obviously in The Clubhouse after

    The aim is to treat Cameron to some niceys together with helping his Parents after the expense of backward and forwarding to The Queens Medical

    Everyone is welcome to come down and support the lads who are all donating £10 to play and theyll be some sights...some very good young lads but also some very old buggers coming out of retirement for this worthy cause

    So come down have a giggle if nothing else !

    Just so you know a little about the cause here's what it all about

    Cameron was diagnosed at six weeks old with spondylocostal dysplasia
    His parents were told he might never walk or even crawl but he managed to do all of that.

    About six weeks ago he had a MRI scan at the Royal Infirmary which picked up something on his brain.

    After being sent to the Queens
    Medical Centre he was diagnosed as having a brain tumour
    He had that removed and tested and it was thankfully non cancerous.
    He was sent home but had to be re admitted 3 days later with fluid on the brain. He had another operation to drain the fluid and a week later had another to put a shunt in to drain into his stomach.

    Some weeks later touch wood he's on the mend.

    In the future its likely he will need surgery on his neck and spine to correct the curve everything being chucked at the poor little lad he beats and does so with a beaming smile

    If you cant come down on the day then please if you can donate just a few quid to this page it will help our cause immensely

    Cheers Gaz G x



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      • Anonymous


        Jul 10, 2018

        Simon Gudgeon£10

      • Anonymous


        Jul 8, 2018

        Cheers Jools Durham

      • Anonymous


        Jul 8, 2018

        Cheers Simon Gudgeon and his pals

      • gareth Edwards

        gareth Edwards

        May 29, 2018

        Good luck for this fantastic cause x


      • Tim Sanderson

        Tim Sanderson

        May 28, 2018


      • Gin Coley

        Gin Coley

        May 24, 2018

        Good luck to our little man Cameron ,keep on this road to recovery love you loads Nana and Vin xxx


      • Steve Neal

        Steve Neal

        May 22, 2018

        number 22 please Gaz


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      Gary George

      Gary George

      Leicester, UK

      Cameron was diagnosed at six weeks old with spondylocostal dysplasia His parents were told he might never walk or even crawl but he managed to do all of that and prove the doctors wrong. He is now recovering from the removal of a Brain tumour #fighter

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