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Braintree: Mum's onesie charity challenge
9:00am Monday 25th February 2013 in News
A mum will be cycling in her onesie and swimming goggles for charity.
Danielle Judd’s daughter Allysa, five, has Turner Syndrome, a chromosome abnormality that affects only girls, causing infertility and short stature.
Mrs Judd, of Panfield Lane, Braintree, will be cycling from Bocking End to Xpect Health and Fitness in Springwood Drive, in her leopard print onesie, swimming hat and goggles.
She will then swim two miles in the gym’s pool.
The challenge is on March 6 and she will be raising money for the Turner Syndrome Support Society (TSSS).
Donations can be made direct to TSSS online at www.tss.org.uk
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