THREE PEAKS CHALLENGE FOR A CHARITABLE CAUSE
Help Oliver Walk
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
10 July 2016 [Sheffield] [South Yorkshire] [United Kingdom]:
Oliver Wild Ltd
Unit A4 Alison Business Centre
JOINERY SUB-CONTRACTOR ACCEPTS THE THREE PEAKS CHALLENGE FOR A CHARITABLE CAUSE
When Oliver Sharman was 4 months old he couldn't up his head. When the parent’s asked, they were told he was born premature so his progress was expected to be delayed. At 8 months old Oliver couldn't sit; again they were told that this was expected with a premature birth. When Oliver was one, he couldn't stand. Oliver was referred to a paediatrician, and diagnosed with Spastic quadriplegia of cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy can not be cured, but Oliver has been chosen as a good candidate for a life changing operation called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR). The procedure isn’t funded by the NHS neither is the required post operation physiotherapy. Oliver is scheduled to undergo an operation known as Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy accompanied by physiotherapy that will reduce lower limb spasticity The cost of the procedure by Great Ormond Street Hospital is £27,000 and the cost of rehabilitation £10,000 per year.
Oliverwild announced its participation to join the Yorkshire Three peaks challenge, an annual walk that covers the mountain peaks of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and also Ingleborough which form a part of the Pennine Range around the valley of River Ribble inside the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The 24-mile route follows this order in a time period of less than 12 hours with 1585 metres of ascents. The peaks’ height is 694 metres, 736 metres and 723 metres for Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough respectively. This year’s open Yorkshire event runs from the 16th of April to the 16th of October.
The UK charitable organization, Tree of Hope, has a mission and a passion towards improvement of the quality of life of disabled and sick children who need medical surgery, treatment, therapy or equipment but whose families don’t have the financial capability to access these services. Tree of Hope, with donations from well-wishers, are able to provide the necessary advice and support to the children’s families so that the affected children can access the much needed medical attention.
Oliver Wild ltd is a Sheffield-based joinery and carpentry sub-contracting company which provides a host of services to the construction industry ranging from timber frame installation to carpentry installations in new-build houses. The company is located in Sheffield and are highly committed to the clients that they work for and to the community, the company wants to share the success in their journey in this generous way.
Oliver Wild Ltd, Unit A4 Alison Business Centre, Sheffield, S2 1AS, Company Number: 7803633, VAT Number: 177-1194-93