PUBLISHED: 15:37 12 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:54 12 January 2018 David Hannant Alex Winser with daughter Darcy and brother-in-law Tom Pennington after the Bear Grylls Survival Race. Picture: Ellen Pennington Ellen Pennington A Lowestoft father has vowed to raise funds and awareness for a charity which has supported his family ever since his daughter’s birth. Darcy-Rae Winser was born in October 2015 with a bilateral cleft lip and palate, and ever since the Cleft Lip and Palate Association (CLAPA) has been a constant source of support for parents Alex and Candy. Now, Mr Winser, has vowed to show his gratitude to the charity for its support by fundraising for their cause. He has already completed a gruelling 10km obstacle course and says he plans to continue his effects, having already raised more than £1,100. Mr Winser, a 28-year-old scaffolder, completed the Bear Grylls Survival Race in London along with his 25-year-old brother-in-law Tom Pennington as the first part of his fundraising. He said: “CLAPA has really helped us a lot, so i really wanted to do something to thank them and doing these types of events is the way most people do it, “The challenge was very gruelling. I… Read full this story
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