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Sutton St James family's charity trek came with extra challenges for Eveie (6) who has Trisomy X syndrome




A mum and her three children took on a big-hearted challenge when they walked 30 miles to raise money for Parkinson’s UK.

Lotty Redden (29) and her children Eveie (6), Ellis (8) and Eliza (5), of Sutton St James, wanted to support the charity as it is a cause close to their hearts.

Their grandmother Caroline (Lotty’s mum) was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 38 and has lived with the condition for 26 years.


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