Fishing day at Stonham Barns raises funds for Duchenne Now

Rebecca Bellinger, George and Tilly, Michelle Phillips-Naylor, Emma Reynolds and Terry Reynolds at the fishing match raising money for Duchenne Now
Rebecca Bellinger, George and Tilly, Michelle Phillips-Naylor, Emma Reynolds and Terry Reynolds at the fishing match raising money for Duchenne Now
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A fishing match staged at Stonham Barns has raised £400 for the charity Duchenne Now.

This supports children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a progressive muscular wasting condition.

George Bellinger, nine from Thurston, was diagnosed with the condition and his family held a fund-raising fishing match to raise money to support the charity which provides money to fund treatment for 2,500 children who have the condition in the UK.

Terry Reynolds from Nisa Waveney Juniors and Activities Unlimited organised the day where 25 anglers competed and raised funds.

The Bellinger family regular go fishing with Terry who organises fishing days for children with disabilities.