Tuesday, 26 October 2010

In The Community: Artificial Grass Donation

Last week we came to the rescue of four year old Harley Noble from Bagillt, Flintshire who suffers with a very rare form of cerebral palsy. His condition means that he is texture sensitive and just touching real blades of grass on his own lawn makes him feel ill and can make him physically sick. 

He is a lively four year old with a three year old sister, Lilly to play with, his reaction to real grass has made playing outside on the lawn an impossibility. He is confined to a wheelchair and maneuvering his power wheelchair on wet or long grass is also a struggle. 

Recently we got in touch with Harley's parents Christina Lace and Jonathon Noble and offered to install an artificial grass lawn at their home in Bagillt. The installation of the artificial grass which does not cause a reaction in Harley means that Harley is now able to play outside on his new lawn without the worry of it making him feel ill. 

Harvey's Lawn Before
Harvey's Lawn After

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