Portsmouth pub raises £1,200 to help boy get therapy dog

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A FUNDRAISER to help a little boy get a therapy dog raised £1,200.

On Sunday the Compass Rose, in Anchorage Park, Portsmouth had live music, stalls and a barbecue to raise cash for Harry Clift.

The five-year-old has autism and his mum Lauren, from Copnor, wants to buy him a therapy dog.

They have now raised around £4,500 towards the £6,500 target.