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Community digs deep for cancer patient Stuart Little

NINETEEN-year-old Stuart Little is facing a long road to recovery after recently being diagnosed with a brain tumour.
Nanjing Night Net

STUART Little, centre, is facing a long recovery of treatment after being diagnosed with a brain tumour. He is pictured with the band “The Budgie Smugglers”, David Sleath and Mike Brady, who will play at a special fund-raiser this Friday night.

Stuart, an apprentice at Lawrence’s Garage, is currently travelling to Tamworth daily for treatment and doesn’t qualify for the isolated patient allowance as the distance is under 100km.

The Gunnedah Miners Support Group has set up a trust account in Stuart’s name to raise funds to help him with medical costs.

The Barbers Way have backed the cause and are running “100 clubs” to raise further funds and a fund-raising committee has been set up to organise events for Stuart.

The committee are holding a “Rock n Roll” night this Friday, which will include an auction and entertainment from the Budgie Smugglers.

The event will be held at the Gunnedah Services and Bowling Club auditorium from 6pm and will cost $25 per person. Tickets are available from the club office or Gunnedah First National.

Tickets include a two course meal and entertainment.

2MO has donated a $1000 advertising package to the cause to be sold in the auction, which will also include items such as a two seater lounge, accommodation package, men’s Bolle sunglasses and vouchers.

If anyone has items to be donated to the auction they can be dropped at Gunnedah First National or Gunnedah Services and Bowling Club.

Stuart is very greatful for the generous support of the Gunnedah community and hopes to see everyone for a fun night.

“Get in and get your tickets, you do not want to miss out on a pre Christmas celebration with Stuart and the Budgees,” committee member Fiona Moore said.

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