North Wales Freemasons Charity Proudly Donate £500

In October 2018 Osian was given the horrible news he had a tumour on his spinal cord. An operation to remove it was scheduled, with the prognosis good and a full recovery likely.

Unfortunately, it has not worked out that way. Osian is currently in a wheelchair with no feelings from his waist down.

From being a fit, football playing 18 year old to being wheelchair dependent has been a massive change for Osh.

In July 2019, it was found that approximately 60-70% of the messages from Osian’s brain were getting through to his legs but something was stopping them from working.

Intensive physio was recommended to re-stimulate the nerves to get them working & hopefully enable Osian to walk again.

Following a recent visit to STEPS Rehabilitation Centre in Sheffield, the family were hugely impressed with what was on offer.

“Well we’ve done it TODAY…”

The downside was the cost of £4,000 per week, with the recommendation for a period of six weeks.

£24,500 raised in just three weeks! Absolutely incredible the way in which the local community have come together to give Osian the opportunity to walk again.

North Wales Freemasons Charity proudly donated £500. Chairman, Phil James said “We’ve been able to play a small part in providing this vital support for Osian. It was a privilege to meet this exceptional young man & his family. We send our sincere best wishes as he begins the next six weeks of intensive physio.”

North Wales Freemasons Charity Donated £1,000 to Men’s Sheds

In October 2018 Osian was given the horrible news he had a tumour on his spinal cord. An operation to remove it was scheduled, with the prognosis good and a full recovery likely.

Unfortunately, it has not worked out that way. Osian is currently in a wheelchair with no feelings from his waist down.

From being a fit, football playing 18 year old to being wheelchair dependent has been a massive change for Osh.

In July 2019, it was found that approximately 60-70% of the messages from Osian’s brain were getting through to his legs but something was stopping them from working.

Intensive physio was recommended to re-stimulate the nerves to get them working & hopefully enable Osian to walk again.

Following a recent visit to STEPS Rehabilitation Centre in Sheffield, the family were hugely impressed with what was on offer.

The downside was the cost of £4,000 per week, with the recommendation for a period of six weeks.

“Well we’ve done it TODAY…”

£24,500 raised in just three weeks! Absolutely incredible the way in which the local community have come together to give Osian the opportunity to walk again.

North Wales Freemasons Charity proudly donated £500. Chairman, Phil James said “We’ve been able to play a small part in providing this vital support for Osian. It was a privilege to meet this exceptional young man & his family. We send our sincere best wishes as he begins the next six weeks of intensive physio.”

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