Wolves Wishes: Harry Bowen

Players surprise young fan for Christmas

arry Bowen is a 10-year-old boy who suffers from cerebral palsy.

When diagnosed with the condition, it was said he may never sit up, never do anything, never walk.

But Harry had other ideas, and is now a bright and bubbly boy with a confident and endearing personality.

Not to mention a willingness to help others.

Harry’s elder sister Katie, a sixth former from Thomas Telford School, got in touch with Wolves Wishes.

Because Harry, having seen an advert on television, wanted to do something for Children in Need – “for the poorly children”.

And so, with the aid of a walker, Harry walked 100 steps as a fundraiser for Children In Need.

Katie is clearly both proud of – and inspired by – her little brother, and so she contacted Wolves to see if there is anything we could do.

Conor Coady and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson were duly despatched to the family home in Perton, and plenty of entertainment ensued!

Well done Harry! Enjoy the game on Boxing Day – and keep on entertaining!