WEYMOUTH FC will be selling a special edition matchday programme at today's game against Swindon Supermarine.

It features five-year-old Jace Webberley, who was born with Diplegic Cerebral Palsy, affecting his legs meaning he cannot stand or walk unaided due to Spasticity.

The money raised by programme sales will go to pay for Jace's treatment.

Jace's mum Louisa said:"There is no cure for CP, however Jace can have an operation called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy. This operation involves cutting nerves at the lower spine with a two year intensive physiotherapy recovery programme after. This will reduce Spasticity in the body and the Physiotherapy will strengthen the muscles back up as well as re training them how to work.

"With Spasticity taken away, Jace should be able to stand and walk unaided. Without this operation, Jace will most likely end up wheelchair bound when he is older.

"Jace is such a happy, kind, loving, adventurous and fun little boy who just wants to be able to walk unaided. He occasionally watches Manchester United with his father, Tony. He plays Frame Football on Saturday mornings, where he loves to score a goal.

"Jace can be a little cheeky, probably from watching Horrid Henry and he has a huge sense of humour, which contributes to his cheekiness.

"Please help us raise the £40,000 needed, to make Jace’s dream a reality."