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Macclesfield Express - - MOTORS -

A SIGNED Mac­cles­field Town shirt and ball has been made avail­able for auc­tion, in or­der to raise funds for a child with Char­cot-Marie-Tooth dis­ease.

The con­di­tion, which is cur­rently in­cur­able, af­fects mo­bil­ity of the hands, feet, an­kles and legs.

It is a pro­gres­sive con­di­tion, mean­ing symp­toms be­come slowly worse, mak­ing every­day tasks in­creas­ingly dif­fi­cult. There are roughly 23,000 suf­fer­ers in the UK.

Joanna Whit­taker, whose daugh­ter Molly, 13, has the in­cur­able con­di­tion, is look­ing to auc­tion the signed Macc mem­o­ra­bilia to raise funds and pro­mote aware­ness of the dis­ease.

She said: “The con­di­tion af­fects Molly’s hands and feet. It re­duces her flex­i­bil­ity and gen­eral ac­tiv­ity at school.”

Any Silk­men fans wish­ing to make a bid for the signed shirt or ball can email Joanna on: joan­na­jwhit­; stat­ing which item it is they would like to bid for.

The high­est bid for each item sent to Joanna be­fore Wed­nes­day 29 Oc­to­ber will re­ceive the signed goods.

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