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Jacob Ditches Wheelchair for Santa Dash

By Gareth Dennison

A TEENAGER with cerebral palsy will leave his wheelchair behind to walk the Santa Dash for Rotherham Hospice.

Determined Jacob Hunter (pictured) has limited mobility after an operation to straighten his legs and intensive physio as he grew up.

But the 17-year-old, from Bolton-on-Dearne, will walk the one-mile route at Clifton Park on December 13.

Jacob said: “I’m really looking forward to this challenge and helping the patients and their families who are being looked after by Rotherham Hospice.”

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