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Believe in Hope


“Hello, my name is Hope and I have Cerebral Palsy affecting both of my arms and legs. Me and my identical twin sister Ava were born very early at just 27 weeks and I only weighed 750g. At 18 months I was diagnosed with Quadriplegic spastic dystonic Cerebral Palsy. I am now 10 years old and even though I am a happy, cheeky and beautiful little girl, I cannot sit, stand or walk unaided. I really want to be able to do as much as my body will let me.”






Art Exhibition Fundraiser

Since the start of January 2023, David Sowerby and myself have displayed and sold our artwork at The Art Place in Meadows Shopping Centre, with all proceeds being donated to Hope’s treatment and ongoing care.


The fundraiser exhibition displays a combination of our original artwork and framed prints and runs until the end of January. There is also a raffle taking place to raise extra funds; tickets can be purchased at The Art Place for £1 each and £5 a strip. Prizes include artwork exhibited in the exhibition.





Come See Us!

With one week left, there’s still time to check out the artwork we have on sale. Prices range from just £25 to £120 so pop along and bag yourself some artwork whilst donating to a wonderful cause.





Here's the link to Hope’s fundraising page: www.treeofhope.org.uk/hope-lane



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