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Sick Cornish Mum Too Sick To Work Asks For Help To Raise Funds To Make Her Son's 'Dream Come True'

Thursday 2 March 2017

 

From UK news service Cornwall Live:

 

Joanne and Ben Bawden
Poorly mum of two Joanne with her son Ben, who she is
raising funds for to be able to send him on a
'once in a lifetime' trip to Germany with his football team

Sick Cornish mum too sick to work asks for help to raise funds to make her son's 'dream come true'

By Hannah Maltwood
February 28, 2017
Local World Copyright © 2017 Local World. All Rights Reserved.

A sick Cornish mum has put out a plea for people to help raise funds in a race against time to help make her son's 'dream come true'.

Single mum-of-two Joanne Bawden from Illogen desperately wants to be able to send her son Ben to Germany with the rest of his football team at the end of May, but can't afford the £800 cost of the trip.

She has now issued an appeal asking for donations so that the 15 year old doesn't miss out on the "once in a lifetime opportunity".

Six years ago, Joanne was diagnosed with two debilitating illnesses myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) often referred to as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and severe fibromyalgia which causes widespread pain across her body.

 

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