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LITTLE RILEY MEETS THE CIRCUS STARS

Young Riley Pugh enjoyed all the fun of the circus in Wolverhampton last night (Wednesday) – with his face painted as Spiderman!

Riley, who is almost seven and lives in Coseley, was invited along to Circus Starr with his mum Jayne Pugh and brother Taylor to enjoy world-class acts in a relaxed Big Top atmosphere.

Riley has congenital skeletal abnormalities and experiences painful muscle contractions which also affect his posture. The family received their tickets through Circus Starr’s partnership with Newlife; we have previously provided the family with a specialist buggy to support Riley’s complex postural needs and get him out and about in safety.

Newlife volunteers joined the circus audiences at West Park to raise money to help continue the charity’s vital work with families in the West Midlands.

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