Amanda Robertson, mum of six-year-old Amy Robertson, is holding a fundraising event at The Old Goven Arms in Glasgow to help raise money for a specialist sleeping environment so Amy has somewhere to keep her safe at night.
Amy has the rare genetic brain condition lissencephaly which has resulted in developmental delay, muscle weakness and a visual impairment. The event taking place from 7pm will include a raffle and entertainment on the night to help raise money towards the outstanding £4,732 for this vital piece of equipment to keep Amy safe at night.
Click here to read more about Amy’s story.
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Pictured: Amy Robertson