Coodes and Barclays event raises money for Daniel Farlow

Wed 27th Mar 2013

A charity event organised by Coodes and Barclays Banking Hall in St Austell to support a 7-year old cerebral palsy sufferer has raised £400.

Coodes Solicitors took over the banking hall in the town on Saturday (March 23) to raise money for Daniel Farlow and his Dare to be Daniel charity.

DanielThe St Mewan Primary School pupil is due to undergo a pioneering operation at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol that will cut the nerves in his spinal column to banish the spasticity in his body.

Without the operation it is likely that Daniel will not be able to walk when he becomes a teenager.

Coodes’ partner, Ian Taylor, said: “Barclays offered us the banking hall and rather than have solicitors in suits promoting wills we decided to use the opportunity to raise funds for a local charity.

“We chose Dare to be Daniel as he is in the same year at St Mewan Primary School as my son, and his family are working really hard to raise money for the post operation physiotherapy and equipment, which will be used to help him learn to walk again.”

Joining Coodes in the fundraising effort was St Mewan Community Choir.

Barclays has opened it banking hall for local business and organisations to promote themselves.

Wed 27th Mar 2013

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