Weʼve raised £1,215 to help support Elliot Eland and One Big Tickle
- Preston, United Kingdom
- Funded on Sunday, 14th May 2017
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One Big Tickle
Elliot Eland was born on 27th February 2010 with a rare genetic disorder: Angelman Syndrome (AS). AS is a neuro-genetic disorder and with less than 1000 cases recorded in the UK, Elliot is a very special little boy.
Characterised by intellectual and development delay, speech impairment, feeding difficulty and frequent laughing, Angelman Syndrome will affect Elliot throughout his life and One Big Tickle is a Fundraising Society created to support Elliot as he grows into a strong, young man. In November 2010 he needed a nasal gastrostomy to receive baby milk, and still has a PEG tube to his stomach. He was diagnosed with Epilepsy in December 2012.
Despite his happy demeanor and contented nature, Elliot will always need the care and attention that all children with a disability require.
One Big Tickle was created to help ensure that Elliot receives all the extra help and support he may need, allowing him to live a happy, healthy life.
We think that raising awareness of the syndrome, and additional needs in general, important too.
One Big Tickle is a fundraising society for Elliot Paul Eland, all monies raised will benefit Elliot directly.
On Saturday 22nd April 2017 and Sunday 23rd Graham, Simon and Gavin, supported by Pete will be cycling the famous c2c route from Whitehaven to Tynemouth to raise money for Elliot and the One Big Tickle Charity.
We help us on our merry way we would be grateful if you could make a donation which will all go to help Elliot and his family.
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May 13, 2017
From our friends at Holme Slack school
May 11, 2017
Final donations from Staff at St Michael's
St Michael's High School
May 9, 2017
further donations from work colleagues.
May 6, 2017
Kind donations from the office and Titan - very much appreciated
May 5, 2017
May 5, 2017
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May 3, 2017
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Preston, United Kingdom
On the weekend of 22nd and 23rd April 2017 a small group of cyclists will be cycling Coast to Coast to raise some money for Elliot Eland and One Big Tickle....