A Wragby pub is holding a fun-filled charity event on Saturday, August 3, to raise funds for a local youngsters who has cerebral palsy.
The 10-year-old loves playing with his friends but struggles to keep up because of mobility issues.
Now, staff and customers at the Adam and Eve pub are hoping to raise enough money to buy a ‘trike’ which will enable him to get around much more easily.
A spokesman said: “He’s a brilliant lad who lives in the village so it’s a really worthwhile cause.
“We’re hoping as many people as possible will turn up and support the day.”
Kind-hearted staff at the pub have already raised some funds by completing a 10km sponsored run.
Saturday’s action starts at 12 noon and will run throughout the day.
It will feature a host of attractions for the whole family.
There will be various stalls promoting local produce and goods along with a bouncy castle and games - including a chance to have a go at archery.
The entertainment will also feature live music.
Organisers hope to raise £200 for the trike and any additional funds will be donated to ‘Cerebra’ - a charity for brain damaged children.