WITH just a few days left until Christmas, Santa Clauses where out meeting Plymouth shoppers – to raise cash for the ‘Blow A Kiss For Fynn” campaign.

City business leaders have been puckering up online over the last month to help three-year-old Fynn Fleming – who has cerebral palsy.

Over 100 Plymouth businesses have supported the campaign through donations, prize draws, black tie dinners, and especially video kisses, to raise the final £16K for a life-changing operation, said operations manager, Darren Negus at New Wave Marine.

Launch of ‘Blow A Kiss For Fynn’ campaign

Obviously festive shoppers know there’s only one real Santa coming on Christmas Day, but the team at New Wave Marine are determined to help this little boy receive an operation – not available on the NHS- and will cost £38K,” said managing director of New Wave Marine, Jason Parsons.

Katie Fleming with Fynn and Leo

Katie Fleming, said: “My identical twins were born prematurely at 30 weeks, and weighing less than 3.5lbs, and Leo is fine, but Fynn was diagnosed with cerebral palsy.”

“Fynn suffers with physical issues such as having a weakened left side, and suffering from muscle spasms and pain. But having an operation that will cost £38K will change everything for him, and I’m eternally grateful for all the support he’s getting across the city,” she said.

Anyone looking to donate or, more information about: ‘Blow A Kiss For Fynn’ can contact:

https://www.facebook.com/fynnsfirstfootsteps or https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/FynnsFirstFootsteps


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