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Sponsored slim in memory of triplet

Crisps, chocolate and sweets are to be banned from one family's home in a bid to raise cash for charity.

Warren and Terri Salter, whose son Kai died aged just 11 months of a serious and rare condition affecting the heart in June 2005, have been staging annual events to raise money in Kai’s memory for The Ronald McDonald House and the Padiatric Intensive Care Unit at Guy’s Hospital, London, since.

Their latest fund-raising push – for Mr Salter to shed one and a half stone in six weeks – will involve all the family, including children Summer, Tegan, Jazmin and Skyy, with crisps, chocolate and sweets all been banned from the family home in Sandling, near Maidstone.

Read more about their family fund-raising feat in Friday's Kent Messenger.

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