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Zumbathon for little Alivia

Zoe Bostock, right, and Alivia at the Zumbathon that raised �1840 to put towards a life-saving vest for Alivia.

Zoe Bostock, right, and Alivia at the Zumbathon that raised �1840 to put towards a life-saving vest for Alivia.

More than £1,800 was raised at a zumbathon for a little girl with cystic fibrosis.

Sixty people zumba’d the day away at a fundraising event to raise money for a life-saving vest for three-year-old Alivia Bostock, who was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at five weeks old.

The physio vest, that costs more than £7,000, will help Alivia to breathe. The event raised crucial money towards the cost of the life-saving equipment.

Alivia joined in with the event, dancing to her favourite song ‘Superman’.

Cystic fibrosis is a life-shortening genetic disease that affects the lungs and digestive system.

 

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