The family and friends of a disabled boy are holding a fundraising disco and raffle in a bid to get him a special bike.
Sean Ponder, aged 10, who attends Woodfield School in Hemel, has a rare chromosome disorder which means he is unable to walk, talk or sit unaided.
Charlotte Jeans, who has been Sean’s carer for four years, said: “Sean’s family are keen sportspeople and, while he enjoys watching them, he would love to be able to join in.
“But to be able to do this he needs a specialised bike which costs £7,500.”
Sean’s family and friends are holding the #GetSeanaBike disco from 7pm to midnight on Saturday, February 25, at Powerleague Watford, at Queen’s School.
The evening includes a raffle and auction with prizes including adventure golf for four at TopGolf, a family ticket to Woburn Safari Park and four tickets to Saracens v Harlequins at Wembley.
Entry is £2.50 and children are welcome.
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