Guy Bates has organised a charity bike ride between the two cities today because he's so chuffed his family have adopted a younger sister for him.
He hopes to raise £30,000 for the Clifton Children's Society who helped support him through the process.
Yaggi Ball is the Chief Exec: "It's a massive amount of money to raise but would represent in fact, 3 more placements we could make if that total was reached."
The idea was completely Guy's who told us what life's been like since his 3 year old sister started living with him: "It's been quite fun sometimes, a bit annoying sometimes but it's fun playing with her and talking together."
He'll be accompanied on the 30 mile bike ride by Mel, who herself adopted a son two years ago:"CCS handhold you through the whole process. They take you through the process, train you in what to expect because as is with adoption, children come from difficult backgrounds and have different experiences."
If you want to support Guy, Mel and the charity you can donate by clicking here
And there's more information about CCS Adoption here
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