Walk raises funds for Reece’s Goal

Bayview Stadium, Harbourview, Methil, Leven' James Goodlad presenting money to Reece Cameron and his parents . James and his father, also James, (front row beside cameron family) and a few other guys (back row with East Fife chairman Lee Murray & vice chair Davie Hamilton) did a charity walk this summer and raised �3470 for 'Reece's Goal', a fund set up to help Reece get enough money for specialised treatment that he needs for his Spastic Diplegic Cerebral Palsy.'Photo ; WALTER NEILSON
Bayview Stadium, Harbourview, Methil, Leven' James Goodlad presenting money to Reece Cameron and his parents . James and his father, also James, (front row beside cameron family) and a few other guys (back row with East Fife chairman Lee Murray & vice chair Davie Hamilton) did a charity walk this summer and raised �3470 for 'Reece's Goal', a fund set up to help Reece get enough money for specialised treatment that he needs for his Spastic Diplegic Cerebral Palsy.'Photo ; WALTER NEILSON
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A group of local men have helped to raise thousands of pounds for charity by walking the 16-mile CorrieHabby Hill in Speyside.

James Goodlad, his father James, Colin Scott, Jim Watson, Arthur Black, Bill Torrance, Jim Drysdale, Alan Cation, James Reilly, Robert Gilmour, Kenneth Horne and David Mitchel raised £3470 for Reece’s Goal, which was set up to help Reece Cameron, an 11-year-old from Kennoway, who was born with Spastic Diplegic Cerebral Palsy.

The group presented the money to Reece and his parents Jillian and Scott at Bayview Stadium on Saturday, and East Fife chairman Lee Murray presented Reece with a signed football.