CKDCF makes contribution to Lily’s eye-gaze machine

The CKDCF have donated £1,000, through the West Cumbria Society for the Blind, to the campaign to purchase an ‘eye-gaze’ machine for Lily Tyson.

Eight-year-old Lily suffers from Rett syndrome which affects her ability to communicate.  Her family are running an ongoing campaign to raise a total of £12,000 for the purchase of an eye-gaze machine, which will enable Lily to communicate more effectively with her friends and family.

A cheque of £1,000 was presented by the CKDCF’s trustees to Lily, her mum and representatives from the West Cumbria Society for the Blind, at Egremont castle.


Sunday 29th May 2016

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