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Oskar celebrates reaching his target at Ashton Gate

Oskar Pycroft is thanking those who helped raise £50,000 needed for a life-changing operation to help him walk.

The six-year-old Bristol City fan who has cerebral palsy reached his target at the weekend after football fans walked the 117 miles from Bristol to Wembley, ahead of City's Johnstone's Paint Trophy win over Walsall at the national stadium.

He's been at Ashton Gate, Bristol City's ground, this morning meeting players and supporters to say thankyou - and get his hands on the Johnstone Paint Trophy!

Oskar and his mum meet captain Wade Elliott Credit: Richard Payne/ITV
Oskar meets captain Wade Elliott with the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Credit: Richard Payne/ITV

Oskar Pycroft thanks fundraisers after target for life-changing operation reached

Oskar lead out Bristol City to victory in last weekend's match

Six-year-old Bristol City fan Oskar Pycroft will be at Ashton Gate today.

He has cerebral palsy, and will be thanking those who helped raise the money needed for a life-changing operation.

The £50,000 target was reached at the weekend after football fans walked the 117 miles from Bristol to Wembley, ahead of City's Johnstone's Paint Trophy win over Walsall at the national stadium.

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