We have great news to share with Honey's followers; her swimming has made a real difference in her strength, she is now more energetic and playful than ever, she is able to support herself well and hasn't looked back since starting to use her wheelchair 9 months ago. Your generosity has made a huge difference in her being able to continue with her hydrotherapy sessions and we know money is tight but are asking if you'd be willing to help Honey take her next steps forward. For those of you who don't know Honey she has cerebellar hypoplaisa, which affects her balance and coordination. Honey continues to need hydrotherapy to maintain her strength as this improves her coordination and helps her to be more independent and use her wheelchair, keeping her as active as possible. Honey also has, as part of her condition, a problem with her feet, called over-extended carpus, which means her feet can stretch too far and causes her discomfort. it means she cannot walk as far or as well as she could do (although she is desperate to) we have been given some amazing guidance on foot splints and sleeves which will aid her and reduce the hyper extension of her feet. This will enable her to walk further and with a much improved action, reducing any irritation she may feel after a walk. Any donation is greatly appreciated and if you are in the position to help it will make a big difference to Honey. Initially we are hoping to raise funds to purchase the splints (£250 in total) and the sleeves (£130 in total) and also to be able to continue to fund her hydroptherapy (£120 for five sessions). To ensure she stays strong enough to enjoy the excersise and independence she has now gained. Thank you for all your kindness. We will aim to update you all as to how Honey is doing.