Fam­ily fun day boost for chil­dren’s hos­pi­tal

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Helping Others -

Baby Sen­sory Ash­ford and Tod­dler Sense Ash­ford and Maid­stone held a fam­ily fun day on Sun­day to raise money for Lon­don’s Great Or­mond Street Hos­pi­tal.

Sita Turner , who runs the Baby Sen­sory classes, or­gan­ised the event af­ter her friend’s son, Sam Phayer, was rushed to the chil­dren’s hos­pi­tal this year and di­ag­nosed with the rare Sturge-We­ber Syn­drome.

The fun day was held at Hoth­field Vil­lage Hall and in­cluded a va­ri­ety of ses­sions for ba­bies and tod­dlers as well as stall­hold­ers, a bar­be­cue and games and ac­tiv­i­ties for older chil­dren.

All the money raised from the event is be­ing do­nated to the hos­pi­tal and to raise aware­ness of Sturge-We­ber Syn­drome.

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Sam Phayer, who was di­ag­nosed with Sturger-We­ber Syn­drome ear­lier this year, af­ter his surgery


Tod­dlers’ ac­tiv­ity class for Great Or­mond Street Hos­pi­tal


Sita Turner with Travis, two

Rose Hig­gins with Evan, 15 months

Alex Ladley with Theo, 15 months

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