Archie's Story

Little Archie Barton lost both legs to Meningitis - Please help to improve his Life



Letters give us the strength to continue to give Archie back his childhood. See the latest letter

Grateful thanks from Nicky, Archie and family.

Dear Nicky, Murray and little Archie. Nothing could have prepared me for the sadness I felt when I read the article about Archie on the BBC Devon website this morning. I was genuinely moved to tears looking at Archie's gallery of photo's and realised how lucky I have been in my life. We have just become grandparents for the first time to Holly Elizabeth and I think seeing Archie's pictures made me realise that this could happen to anyone's child. My first reaction is to say how brave you have been, but that goes without saying. To turn this very negative event in your lives round into a positive action that will help others says a lot about you as parents and people. Archie is a very lucky little boy to have you. Please accept our cheque for Archie and we all hope that the money you raise helps make Archie reach his full potential in life.Kind regards, Carol and Steve

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