03:06AM, Friday 06 September 2013
A day of fun and frolics will raise money to help a little girl walk normally.
Vivi Gregory-Osborne, seven, suffers from a condition called spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy. Her mum Helen, of York Avenue, Windsor wants her to have a pioneering operation not generally available on the NHS.
Tomorrow, the Bridge House pub in Paley Street, near Holyport, will host a day of events to raise money for Vivi, as well as two other good causes.
There will be live bands, craft stalls, a barbecue, beer tent, play area and dog show to raise money.
It starts at 2pm and carries on till late.
Entry is £4. Proceeds will also go to Lumpy's Last Laughs, which helps adults with pancreatic cancer, and the Blue Acre horse rescue centre in Old Windsor.
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