Surely we can hope that there are enough local businesses, or other groups of willing donators, who can raise the initial three thousand pounds needed to keep the group open. Once a service closes it is difficult to get it going again, preventing closure could give Heel and Toe a big enough buffer zone to get more fund-raising events organised. Good luck to you all. I hope that the dyspraxia service that you offer continues for a long time ahead.
I hope that Heel and Toe suceed and I also hope that more providers of conduction take this as an example and open doors to people other than children with cerebral palsy