A CHARITY fun day is being held in Flintshire in aid of a 'delightful little girl' who lives with four limb cerebral palsy.

The charity event will take place on June 29 at the Saltney Ferry pub for 11-year-old Ella Stork.

Ella, who attends Dee Banks school in Chester, has four limb cerebral palsy, epilepsy, cortical visual impairment and developmental delay.

The event, organised by Saltney resident Kirsty Williams, will run for children between 1pm and 5pm and will finish at 7.30pm for adults.

It is to raise funds so that her family can hire a plane seat for her to travel on as this is not provided on the aircraft. This is as well as for a therapy bench which she uses at school but is not supplied for home by the NHS.

The day will include a children's DJ, bouncy castle, face painting, glitter tattoos, a colouring competition, hair braiding a cake stall and more.

Kirsty said: "I know the family and just want to help raise funds for her equipment she's in need of, she is a delightful little girl.

"I've always been brought up to help others and from both being in the same community, so I thought it would be nice to try and raise as much as I can for little Ella."

There will also be a raffle, priced at £1 per ticket, with dozens of great prizes on offer. In the evening, there will be a 'Play Your Cards Right' game based on the former hit television show, as well as singing, both professional and karaoke.

Kirsty's partner Lee Newman is also organising a charity football match to raise funds for Ella, with details to be confirmed.