YOUNG Wrexham AFC fan Louis Perrin is finally receiving a dream family home thanks to an abundance of generous donations.

Born with the rare genetic condition TUBA1A and epilepsy, four-year-old Louis has been unable to access rooms in his house, including his own bedroom.

Knowing the house had potential to be fully-adapted for Louis's benefit, parents Aaron and Charlotte reached out to the public for help.

Little did they know their heartfelt plea would result in over £48,000 being raised from the kind and generous people of Wrexham.

Just over a month since their £40,000 target was smashed, the family have updated friends, family and generous strangers on the ongoing construction work. See the fundraising page here.

Dad Aaron said: "My family have explored all options available to us including moving house. But moving the house would have only moved the problem.

"The work is coming on nicely. We're almost ready to roof, then we need to get all the inside and outside access sorted.

"We're updating everyone on our Facebook page with lots of pictures showing our progress. Louis is excited to have his new bedroom and has decided he wants a football themed room.

The Leader: The construction work is coming along nicelyThe construction work is coming along nicely (Image: Aaron Perrin)

"We're conscious that this is fundraised money and really want to get it right first time round without having to re do work, and wasting people's hard earned donations.

"We want this project to run as smoothly as possible and don't want any unnecessary delays for Louis to have his wet room and bedroom ready for him ASAP."

Louis will have a downstairs bedroom which will be wheelchair accessible and have enough space for him to play independently while also being suitable for his parents as his carers. 


There will also be a ground floor wet room with a specialist bath to support him to receive intimate care and eventually independent self-care.

The construction work by JG Construction will also allow ease of access around the home including permanent and independent access to the home and garden. 

There are still planned fundraising events left which the public are welcome to attend and support including the Luke Gallagher Night at the Gresford Memorial Hall on June, 1.