Volunteers Extend Financial Help To A Northumberland Youngster

Volunteers Extend Financial Help To A Northumberland YoungsterIn the wake of raising funds for Cerebral palsy sufferer Callum Brown, efforts are being made. On the same lines, a former Newcastle United full back would be riding along with others for a 200 mile bike ride.

Robbie Elliot along with other riders would cycle from Edinburgh to Newcastle, and funds raised from the event would be used to helping the Northumberland youngster, who as of now needs £70,000 for a pioneering treatment in the USA.

It was told that he would be getting the treatment at the St Louis Children’s Hospital in Missouri. Parents of the young man have even created a fund called Callum’s Wish To Walk.

Besides Robbie Elliot, a 37-year-old mum-of-three, of Gosforth, Newcastle, would also be riding at 4am this morning, which would help extending financial support to the youngster. “I am really lucky to be able to do the things I can do and I thought if I can use my legs to help a little boy use his, then I will”, said GB athlete Joanna Reed, who is of the view that this ride is nothing less than a challenge for riders. It would be worth seeing how much can be done for the youngster in the time to com.