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Loving Keridn Tuffin dyes hair bright blue for brother

PUBLISHED: 15:00 16 July 2015

Keridn, with his hair dyed blue to raise money for Heath Primary School's nurture club for kids with learning difficulties.

Keridn, with his hair dyed blue to raise money for Heath Primary School's nurture club for kids with learning difficulties.

Dedicated Keridn Tuffin has dyed his hair bright blue to raise money for the Heath Primary School Nurture Club, in Ipswich.

The 12-year-old wanted to help as his seven-year-old brother Rylie used the club, which helps children with learning difficulties. The money raised, which is still being collected, will go towards equipment and resources for growing plants, outdoor play toys, games and sensory equipment.

Mum Kerine said: “We are extremely proud of Keridn for raising money for such a good cause. Special needs children can often be mistaken for naughty or problem children, but the truth is we don’t always know what goes on in the child’s head, and the Nurture Club can help children come out of their shell and talk about what is worrying them.”

To donate, email Mrs Tuffin

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