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Parents need £3,000 to cure baby Freya

A FAMILY is raising funds to keep their baby girl safe from bullying and depression when she gets older.

Six-month-old Freya Strang has two severe types of Flat Head Syndrome, Plagiocephaly and Brachycephaly, and wears a special helmet to re-shape her skull.

The helmet treatment is not available on the NHS and Freya’s parents Gemma and Allan Strang, both volunteer firefighters in Kimelford, have started a Justgiving page to raise the £3,000 they need to pay for it in instalments and to fund their travel to the special private clinic run by Technology In Motion at Bothwell Church Centre, near Hamilton.

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