Open Day for Kye - 2nd September 2018

give kye a helping hand

In 2016 we heard a story about a little boy named Kye who had contracted meningitis when his baby sister was just 6 days old, and after a 10 month battle he lost all four limbs. He was 8 at the time. 2 years on and Kye is a little fighter, walking to school every day on prosthetic limbs.

When we were approached for a raffle prize earlier this year we just couldn't stop thinking about him and the impact his disability must have on his life. The raffle was to raise money for a bionic arm, for Kye to grow into, and for his muscles to adapt to, in order to give him the motor skills a little boy/young man takes for granted. So, despite saying we aren't having Open Days any more...... we have decided to have an Open Day for Kye. All profits from this day will go towards funding his bionic arm.

So, please join us on:

Sunday 2nd September 2018 11:00 - 15:30

We are hoping that this open day will have a community feel - what can you bring? What skills can you offer? Can you bake? Could you help on the BBQ for an hour? Could you help direct cars? Could you donate a prize for the tomobola? Can you face paint? Can you weave/knit/spin and would you like to demo? Are you a wood carver - could you demo? Flower arranging? Balloon modelling? We are open to offers from anyone who would be happy to give up some time and talent for the day to make this a success. Get in touch with and let us know what YOU can offer to make this little boy's life better.

If you are unable to attend on the day but would like to donate, here is a link to his Crowdfuning page