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Charity needs £600k to keep helping disabled children

A charity which cares for hundreds of the most severely disabled children in the south is struggling to cope with the increasing demand for its services. The Rose Road Association says the number of families seeking respite care and other help is up by more than a third.

The Rose Road Association has launched a £600,000 fund raising appeal and is warning that if it doesn't get the money by the end of the year it may be forced to turn desperate parents away. Kerry Swain reports.

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