Auction raises funds for Gosport child

Bill Edwards presenting Aiden Farrell's cheque following the pigeon auction fundraiser with his parent, Gevun and Sara, auctioneer Tony Cowan and his wife Maria
Bill Edwards presenting Aiden Farrell's cheque following the pigeon auction fundraiser with his parent, Gevun and Sara, auctioneer Tony Cowan and his wife Maria
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A PIGEON racing club has raised funds for a young boy with cerebral palsy.

Avid pigeon racers from Gosport got together to raise money for Aiden Farrell, from Gosport, who required a new wheelchair and surgery.

Bill Edwards, who has won the sport’s Grand National in the past, organised an auction selling the race pigeons and raised £5,207.

On the event, Bill said: ‘Aiden’s parents and family were over whelmed by the generosity who helped raise the money which will go a long way towards their target to enable Aiden to have life changing surgery.’

To help towards Aiden’s treatment, visit justgiving.com/aiden-farrell