02:11AM, Friday 08 March 2013
A double whammy of village events will help provide a special treat for a lad with cerebral palsy.
Both events will help raise money for a sensory garden with activities room that villager Holly Macbeth hopes to provide at home for her nine-year-old son Spencer.
Holly and Spencer live at St Peter's Close.
The forthcoming events are a coffee morning and raffle at Old Windsor's guide headquarters in Straight Road - happening on Friday, March 22 from 9am to noon and an auction of promises and treats at Old Windsor Club in St Luke's Road, on Saturday, April 27 at 8pm.
Holly said: "We are fundraising to make Spencer a sensory garden with an activities room, an upstairs chair and an iPad with a rubber case.
"We have had a great response from local people and businesses with some great lots already."
You can contact Holly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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