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The latest news about Harriet
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We are pleased to announce that a Trust called HELP HARRIET has now been set up to raise money to help pay for Private Physiotherapy, Vital Medical Services, Research, Transportation Costs and many other things that will Help to give Harriet a better quality of life .

Harriet`s website now has an online DONATION  Payment page that allows people from the United Kingdom and around the world to Help Support Harriet in these very difficult times.

Over the last few days Harriet has had some good coverage in Local, National Press and Radio, that highlight the ongoing problems that Harriet has on a daily basis .

We would therefore like to thank the Daily Mirror newspaper, Derby Evening Telegraph, BBC Radio Nottingham and Radio Derby for your continued support.

A lot of people have also contacted us over the last few months regarding the possibility of raising funds for Harriet and we have had to say this was not possible until the Help Harriet Trust was in place, but now the Trust has officially been set up, we are now looking forward to the first fundraising event.


Harriet`s first fund raising event is planned for 6th August and has been organised by Sarah Conway of Long Eaton Derbyshire. Sarah and her friends are planning to start off at the Box Office in Long Eaton with Buckets and flyers dressed up as school girls and boys.

They will be calling at most of the public houses in Long Eaton... this must be a sight not to be missed. If you are in the vicinity do look out for the motley crew.

Thanks Sarah and friends for yourt support and hard work.

You can alsosupprt HARRIET by taking part in sponsored events like a Marathon, Walking, Music Event, Parachute Jump, Car Boot, Quiz Night or anything you feel you could do to Help Harriet.

If you would like to discuss how you can raise money for the HELP HARRIET TRUST, please contact Penny Murphy   

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