Big hearted fundraisers have lined up two more family friendly events to help raise cash for a severely disabled Doncaster youngster.
William Moreland, four, needs to raise £70,000 to undergo life-changing surgery in the USA
Brave William, of Newbolt Road, Balby, who has fought a string of battles to stay alive right from his conception, suffers from spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy which means he cannot walk, cannot care for himself and has to use a wheelchair with an operation known as Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy his gateway to helping him walk.
A fundraising summer party will be held on July 26 from noon until 5pm at The Plough in Balby while the Parklands Ballroom on Wheatley Hall Road will be staging an event on August 1.
The show will take place from 7.30pm until late and tickets are £12 per person including pie and peas, with a vegetarian option available.
Organiser Jayne Lane said: “We have nine confirmed variety acts including solo singers, duets and an Elvis impersonator.”
There will also be Strike from Britain’s Got Talent, a Frank Sinatra and Michael Buble tribute, a top R ‘n’ B band, drag artist, magician, burlesque dancers and a disco and compere as well as a raffle. Added Jayne: “It is going to be a fab night - we just need to sell as many tickets as possible.”
Michelle Paraskeva, Miss South Yorkshire, will officially open the event.
To donate visit www.williamswish2walk.weebly.com or www.justgiving.com/Williams-Wish2Walk or text WWTW70 and a donation amount to 70070, eg WWTW70 £5.