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August 4th and November 17th

Archie King, 6, from, West End, was three years old when he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy.

His family have launched a campaign to raise 60,000 to fund an operation called selective dorsal rhizotomy, not available on the NHS.

The surgery, which involves cutting some of the nerve fibres that are responsible for spasticity, would be life-changing.

They are now asking the community to take part in a series of events and help raise the money needed as soon as possible.

They are organising a fun family day at 2000 Centre in Hedge End on August 4 and a grand ball at Botley Park Hotel on November 17.

The family event in Hedge End will be free and there will be bouncy castles and lots of food and activities.

Meanwhile, tickets for the grand ball in November cost 50 person or 450 for a table of ten and include drinks on arrival, a three-course dinner and live music.

To book call Stephanie on 07918084488. Or donate at