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Fundraiser Launched For Tia’s Dancing Dream

Elizabeth Jones, one of our ex-students is looking to raise £16,000 for her daughter Tia-Louise. Tia was born with Spastic Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy, the condition means she suffers from epilepsy, has muscle spasms and can’t speak or chew – and often grinds her teeth.

Despite having the condition, Tia loves to dance. “She dances on her knees in the house – any music she loves to dance to,” her mother said.

Elizabeth, has asked people to come together to help raise the funds required for Tia-Louise to receive the Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy treatment. The operation will help relax the muscles and keep Tia pain free.

To help raise money, The Reggaelaetors, are in town to support Tia’s fundraising. You can join them for a night of classic reggae and ska, knowing the money raised is going to a great cause.

You can purchase tickets using the link provided below.

If you’re unable to make the concert a Go fund me has been set up, you can watch the video below to find out more about Tia’s story and donate using the link.

Everyone here at Heath Park is rooting for Tia, let’s help her get the treatment she deserves so she can continue dancing, doing what she loves!