Charity bash for Chiswick girl

A night of music and entertainment to raise funds for prosthetic limbs

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Fourteen year old Charlotte Robinson contracted Meningococcal Septicaemia on the 29th May this year following a trip to Alton Towers.

She was on a life support machine for 2 weeks and suffered total liver, gut, lung and kidney failure.

Following a second attack of Toxic Shock, Charlotte had to have both her legs amputated from the knee down to prevent further infection.

Charlotte remains in intensive care and has at least a further eight weeks before she can come home - then the real work starts.


A group of local people have come together to organise a charity bash at The Birdcage.

A number of entertainers have agreed to participate including Charlotte's older sister Sophie and her band.

The event will take place on Thursday 3rd August from 7.00pm and all monies raised will go towards buying prosthetic limbs for Charlotte.

Rachel Murphy said "We are celebrating the life that has been left to us.  Please come and support this great cause.  A fantastic night is guaranteed!"


July 26, 2006