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Cash raised for research into rare condition.

lenses have become detached.

A FUN day in Jackson Bridge raised PS850 for charity.

Once they received the diagnosis the decided to raise money for the Marfan and have so far raised more than PS2,200 - including PS850 from the fun day.

The event was organised by the Szoradi family from Meltham after three-year-old William Szoradi was diagnosed with Marfans Syndrome.

The family are dad Tim, mum Claire, old Brooke, eight-year-old Alex, William and Alfie who is almost two.

This is a disorder of the body's connective tissues that maintain the structure of the body and support internal organs and other tissues.

Children usually inherit the disorder from one of their parents.

The fun day at Jackson Bridge WMC featured a host of entertainment with six acts including Alec Christie, Suze, The Kismet Belly Dancing Troup, The Szoradis (Tim and his brother William suffers from eye problems as his Pete), Sarah Jay and Tony Wayne.

Lawrence and John Varley.

All offered their services free and provided cakes for a stall run by Debbie Patterson from Meltham.

Food was made and served by Jo Lawrence, a sweet stall run by Tim's brother Mick wife Adele, several games to play, face painting and glitter tattoos. Tim's mother-in-law Diane Fisher ran a wine and water stall and boutique stall with children's clothing.

Many cakes and buns were donated by the Szoradis' friends and family. These were served by panto dames, Geoffrey Fisher, Andy

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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Jun 21, 2016
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