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Festival organised in honour of disabled teenager

Festival organised in honour of disabled teenager

A music-loving teenager whose disability leaves her unable to attend mainstream festivals has had one organised in her honour.

Willow Bush, 16, from Greenwich, has a rare genetic condition called Aicardi syndrome, which has resulted in learning and mobility disabilities and uncontrolled epilepsy.

With the help of charity Make-A-Wish her mother, Viv, organised “WillowFest” in Tunbridge Wells.

Source BBC News

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