THE rehabilitation of a young Kennoway boy, who recently received ground-breaking medical treatment, has been boosted by a local workforce.
Reece Cameron is recovering from an operation which, it is hoped, will enable him to walk properly after suffering from spastic diplegic cerebral palsy, a condition which causes his leg muscles to tighten severely, and forced him to walk on his tip-toes since he was 18 months old.
Workers at Premier Oil and BiFab decided to contribute £1300 to Reece as he now goes through his recovery.
Mum Jillian said: “We would like personally to thank Michael Sullivan from BiFab, as he was the one who nominated (the campaign) Reece’s Goal. We also want to thank Diageo for donating £1800 .
“In just over three months, we have raised over £24,000 – more than we expected and all because of everyone out there supporting Reece.”
Reece is pictured with gran Marie Logie, Dave Lavery (Premier Oil), Michael Sullivan (BiFab) Jillian and Harry Corns (BiFab).