Jack loses his hair over plight of Mayfield tot

Bonnyrigg Sports Bar Customer Jack Dyer has had his hair shaved off to help raise funds to get Mayfield boy Jay Johnson walking for the first time (his family need to raise �40,000 to fly him to the US for surgery)''LtoR Tracey Leslie (Owner of Sports Bar), Jay Johnson & Jack Dyer.''They have almost reached their target, they need to raise another �9,000 by 8th October.

Bonnyrigg Sports Bar Customer Jack Dyer has had his hair shaved off to help raise funds to get Mayfield boy Jay Johnson walking for the first time (his family need to raise �40,000 to fly him to the US for surgery)''LtoR Tracey Leslie (Owner of Sports Bar), Jay Johnson & Jack Dyer.''They have almost reached their target, they need to raise another �9,000 by 8th October.

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Mayfield tot Jay Johnson’s dreams of walking for the first time are a step closer to reality, thanks to volunteers who have helped raise more than £20,000 towards surgery in the US.

The four-year-old , who suffers from cerebral palsy, was born eight weeks premature and is confined to a wheelchair. Parents Sandra and Paul have launched a campaign to raise £40,000 for treatment that could help him walk unaided.

Jack Dyer (58), from Dalhousie Gardens, Bonnyrigg, recently did his bit for the youngster by having his hair shaved off at the Bonnyrigg Sports Bar.

Read full story in the July 14 edition of the Midlothian Advertiser.