…with David Cameron
David Cameron joined our ever intrepid James Woollard and other Oxfordshire walkers and local dignitaries at a very special charity auction and tea party to celebrate the launch of a 110-mile walk that will benefit SpecialEffect, an award-winning local charity that helps people with disabilities to use leading-edge technology for therapy, rehabilitation and fun.
The charity is a leading beneficiary of Walk4Matt, a week-long trek through the UK inspired by Matt Hampson, ex-England under-21 rugby player who suffered a serious spinal injury and now raises money for disabled people throughout the country.
David Cameron praised the fundraising efforts of the walkers who are on course to raise £15,000 for their efforts. He said: “SpecialEffect is transforming people’s lives through technology – and it really is transformation. For some people with disabilities, magic is often hard to come by, but the SpecialEffect team is providing magic moments all the time.” James purchased an Oxford United Shirt, which the PM signed for him.