A PUB in Bournemouth continues to show its unconditional support for a young boy with a life-limiting condition.

Harri Honeyfield suffers from global development delay, epilepsy, and cerebral palsy.

The Broadway in Bournemouth is hosting a charity auction, with all funds being donated to Harri’s surgical which cost more than £50,000.  

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Commenting on the event, Abby said: “This weekend we are doing an auction in the pub to raise more money for Harri’s much-needed operation. 

“We’ve had some fantastic donations from local businesses. 

“Chris Billam-Smith has signed a boxing glove for us, and we have some signed AFC Bournemouth shirts, so lots of things to choose from.”

READ MORE: Parents launch JustGiving to help with sons surgical costs. 

Harri’s mum, Andrea said: “We’ve raised £22,737 to date and the Broadway has been amazing.

"They've raised over £3,000 now.

“Abi, with the help of all the staff and customers, is determined to help us raise all the money for Harri’s surgery and rehabilitation if needed. 

“It has been such a weight off our minds to have that kind of dedication, commitment, and care for Harri. 

“To have her in our corner is just more than we could have ever asked for!  We can’t thank them enough for everything they are doing for us.”

The fundraiser begins at 5pm on Saturday, October 21.

To donate, search for 'Hope4Harri' on the JustGiving website.