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Live music event at Bar Bodega in Watford to raise money for Help Noah Walk campaign
A live music night will be held next month to raise money for a Croxley Green pupil who has cerebral palsy.
Four-year-old Noah Collins, a pupil at Yorke Mead Primary School, currently uses a walking frame to help with his mobility.
The degenerative condition means he could require a wheelchair permanently when he is older.
The Help Noah Walk campaign is raising money to send him to the United States of America for an operation called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR), which will help reduce tight and stiff muscle tone.
On Thursday, February 6, Bar Bodega, in Watford High Street, will be hosting a live music event with an auction and raffle prizes.
Tickets cost £12 and bands, JC’s Hopeless Sinners and Cold Harbour, will be performing at the Help Noah Walk Ball.
For more information and tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07717 277 727.
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