Cash boost for £15,000 wheelchair appeal to help five-year-old cerebral palsy sufferer Edith Creasey

13:43 14 June 2014

Edith Creasey at the charity quiz fundraiser organised by Holt Farmers Club.

Edith Creasey at the charity quiz fundraiser organised by Holt Farmers Club.


Charity quiz fun helped raise £2,500 for a five-year-old cerebral palsy sufferer who needs a £15,000 wheelchair to boost her independence.

A fundraiser was put on by Holt Farmers Club and also raised £500 for the Holt Youth Project on Old Station Way, Holt.

The £2,500 will go towards a new motorised off-road wheelchair for Edith Creasey, from Sheringham.

Her family launched the appeal to raise the £15,000 this year.

Charlie Mack, a member of Holt Farmers Club, organised the event with local farmers. It was sponsored by Brown & Co where Charlie Mack works.

As well as the quiz, there was an auction of promises and raffle.

Mr Mack said: “To raise such a large amount of money was fantastic. Edith is a lovely little girl and will really benefit from the purchase of the new chair.”

To support the Edith’s wheels appeal, visit to donate.


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