We need help to raise £30,000

So Oliver can have the surgery and the physiotherapy equipments afterwards.
Oliver's goal is something most of us take for granted.


Kelly, Oliver’s 1:1, organised, West Hove Junior kids, Oliver’s school friends baked cake and we sold them. First one raised £340. Second one £555. Thank you to all for your contribution.


Thank you to Nosheen Betts , Laura Breedon and every individual donor for donating their time, money and the effort…

T-shirt challenge

Lovely Sky who is one of Oliver’s school friends sister organized sponsored t shirt challenge for Oliver.


I would never ever have imagined creating a website would be as easy as editing a document. I designed using Nicola Potzas DIY Course.

Oliver was in the news !

Oliver was on The Argus and The Argus Online, on 06 August 2016 and 26 November 2016. Thank you Siobhan Ryan!

Massage Event

Four professional therapists donated their time and knowledge, the Heeler Center hosted and we have managed to raise £430 on the day. Thank you to everyone!

24 h Cyle

Well Done Hove Women’s Rugby Team !!! You completely, totally, absolutely smashed it and raised about £1800. Thank you to everyone for all your hard work.


Kirsten tried but the storm did not allow her to run 10K on Sunday November 20th,but she raised over £600. Thank you Kirsten and her supporters!

Toy Sale

Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity to every one of you who donated toys and books to us. I also would like …

Astrology Event

This event is from my lovely friends in Istanbul. My beautiful friend Elvan Akgun who is a university lecturer , poet,…

Ellie’s Skip

Eight year old Ellie is Oliver’s school friend. She wants to help him and decided to skip for three minutes to fund raise for Oliver. Ellie says ‘ Oliver …

The Hive Cafe

Well Done The Hive Cafe! We appreciate it very much. The event raised £41 and lots of awareness. Thank you very much.

Christmas Tree Collection

We would like to say a massive thank you to East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service for the great effort in raising …

Sponsored Walk

A very special thank you to Lucy and Michael for the effort to help in raising money for Oliver’s surgery and making it such huge success. They raised …

The Argus Appeal

A massive thank you to the Argus Appeal for the generous grant of £8,000, the toys and the chocolates for Oliver. It is greatly appreciated that now we …


Children in West of Infant School read lots of books and raised an amazing £739 for Oliver’s fundraising campaign. We would like to give a special thank you…

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About the Surgery

Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy - SDR
SDR is a life changing operation in cerebral palsy.

Selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) is an operation used to improve spasticity (muscle stiffness) in cerebral palsy and it was first developed in 1898, but has become more popular over the last 30 years as techniques have advanced.

It's a neurosurgical procedure aimed at reducing spasticity (tight and stiff muscle tone) in the lower limbs. It's most commonly used for children with spastic diplegia (two limbs affected) which accounts for 25 to 30% of children born with cerebral palsy..

  • __ Achieves a long-term reduction in spasticity,
  • __ Improves function and mobility,
  • __ Increase independence,
  • __ Increase range of motion and improve positioning,


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