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Four-year-old James Goodge from Acton finally has a bedroom to call his own.

The youngster, who has cerebral palsy, just has to wait for it to be decorated, and could be in by the end of the weekend.

James’ parents, Octavia and Anthony, have been fundraising since last year, supported by the Free Press, and have sacrificed a section of their living room to give their son the downstairs bedroom his needs require.

“We still have to decorate and carpet his room, which we are hoping to do tomorrow, and have him moved into for the weekend,” said Mrs Goodge, from Howe Way.

“We would like to thank everyone who has supported James.”

Once the bedroom is complete, the family will look to start building an extension for a wetroom room, with toilet and shower, for James.

 

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