Cheam mum wants help to get daughter electric wheelchair for 6th birthday
A young girl with Cerebral Palsy is asking for help to get an electric wheelchair.
Gracie Dunbar celebrates her sixth birthday this week, but has been struggling with her manual wheelchair.
But her mother, Eve Dunbar, has hatched an Easter plan which she thinks may help.
She said: "We are planning an Easter egg raffle at Cheam Fields Primary School to raise money.
"Waitrose have been very generous and donated 13 eggs to the cause but we need more."
"Gracie is just a normal six-year-old child and she is my first child.
"I want to see her live the best life she can. Because of her condition, she can not stand unsupported.
"This chair would really help her independence."
Miss Dunbar is looking to raise £4,300 through various events, including a fun day at the school as well as a skydive and a marathon by relatives.
If you want to help contact Miss Dunbar at firstname.lastname@example.org.