More fundraising details for disabled Skegness man announced

Disabled Skegness man Steven Huckle is set to benefit from the generosity of local fundraisers who have rallied together to buy him a new standing wheelchair.

Disabled Skegness man Steven Huckle is set to benefit from the generosity of local fundraisers who have rallied together to buy him a new standing wheelchair.

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Three new talented performers have been added to a variety show line-up, raising funds to help a severely disabled Skegness man walk again.

The Wheels in Motion Two fundraiser will now feature 4 Divos, who will be performing their tribute to the operatic vocal group Il Divo, Danni Adele who will be singing a collection of songs by the record breaking pop songstress Adele, and Shaunie Wright.

These three acts will perform alongside those already publicised to attend the event at Grand Central on December 9 from 7pm, including talented Elvis tribute acts Anthony and Thomas Mitchell and gifted young singer Tammy Heath whose mum Cheryl has organised the fundraiser.

Cheryl decide to create the event after she read about osteoporosis suffer Steven Huckle’s appeal for a new standing wheel chair, which would improve his quality of life and could be his only chance of walking again.

She said: “This is going to be a fantastic family night of entertainment, it’s only £5 and you wouldn’t be likely to get a line up like this for £5 in Skegness and if we can make Steven’s wish come true that would be great.”

Tickets are still available for the event from Light Bites on Roman Bank and the Lincolnshire Imp on Lincoln Road.

Burgh mum Jody Mumford has also decided to help Steven by organising a table top sale at the Hildreds tomorrow night (Thursday) which coincides with the first night of late night Christmas shopping.

Jody’s disabled son Marc Perry had previously benefitted from Cheryl and her daughter’s fundraising efforts during their first Wheels in Motion event, the procedes of which went towards his new wheelchair.