THE friends of little Alfi Taylor did their bit to make sure his fund to give him the chance of walking normally got a good boost at the weekend.

The family has set up a Just4Children page, which needs public support so that Alfi can receive life changing SDR treatment, to give him the chance of walking unaided.

The sponsored walk followed a Medium's Night at Dundonald Institute as the Taylor family bid to raise £100,000 to let Alfi get the treatment in the United States that could help his condition.

On Sunday the walk at Beveridge Park, Kirkcaldy, attracted upwards of 50 people who set off to complete miles to help raise funds.

Said Alfi's mum, Chloe: "Alfi is just nine and was born unexpectedly at a frightening 29 weeks gestation. He was to spend the next six weeks of his life in the special baby unit.

"We were faced with some devastating news. Alfi had cysts on his brain but also suffered a bleed on the brain as well, resulting in him being diagnosed with cerebral palsy".

Added Chloe: "Just4Children needs to raise funds to send Alfi over to St Louis, USA, to have the life changing Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) operation that will give him a chance of walking unaided and the confidence to live a more independent life and pain free".

The walk was given a major boost with a fine dry day after the stormy weather of Saturday and Chloe was delighted with the support Alfi received.

Meanwhile a Mediums Night held at Dundonald Institute raised the magnificent sum of £1,310 and Chloe thanked everyone who took part in that event and in the sponsored walk as part of the Alfi's Wish To Walk campaign.

Meanwhile the sums are currently being added up from Sunday and Chloe hopes to be able to announce the total very soon.

Chloe has another major event for the campaign taking place in December and she needs 100 selection boxes.

Added Chloe: "If someone could help us by sponsoring these it would be a brilliant gesture to help the campaign."

If anyone can help they can contact Chloe via