Taliesin Campbell walks to school
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Children in Need: Tal's first walk to school for Pudsey

A boy who needed an operation in the US to help him take his first steps has walked to school for the first time to raise money for Children in Need.

Taliesin Campbell, six, has cerebral palsy and the muscles in his legs were once so tight he was unable to put his feet flat on the floor.

But an operation only available in the United States helped him walk unaided.

On Friday he walked 1km to his school in Creigiau, Cardiff, where he met the charity's mascot Pudsey Bear.

  • 14 Nov 2014
  • From the section Wales
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