Pub chat leads to £10,000 wheelchair lifeline for terminally ill boy Dylan



0 Have your say A chance meeting in a Belper pub has led to the gift of a £10,000 lifeline for a five-year-old boy who is terminally ill.
Dylan Jones suffers from a rare muscle-wasting disease, for which there is no treatment or cure. His condition will get gradually worsen as he grows older, and the average life expectancy of those affected is 26. From the day Dylan was diagnosed in February 2015, mum Ashley Lawmon, 25, threw herself into fundraising to help her son, even giving up her job.
One big boost resulted in the backing of boxing and fitness gyms in Derby. But the major... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 34
Source: Belper News
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