A PUB is holding a charity fun day to raise money for a young Marsh girl.
The fun day will be next Sunday at the Spotted Cow on New Hey Road, Salendine Nook.
The event - which starts at noon - will feature stalls, a visiting fire engine from 1pm to 3pm and a raffle - with prizes including a trip to Paris.
Music will be by Morris and the Minors, Keith Gamble and Dance Flyer.
It is the 11th charity event that owners Lyn and Keith Morrison have organised at the pub.
Each year they choose a different local charity to benefit from the thousands of pounds they raise.
This year, the recipient will be four-year-old Kate Wood.
Kate, of Marsh, suffers from cerebral palsy.
Her mother, Susan, has been campaigning for a year to collect enough cash to build a ground-floor extension, which will give Kate a special room of her own. It will have a soft play area, padded walls, sensory stimulation and a touch screen computer.
The equipment is vital to help Kate to develop and play safely.
Mrs Wood, a nurse, needs to raise about £14,000 and has almost reached her total.
She said: "We are nearly at our total and the Spotted Cow are holding this event in the hope of finishing the fundraising off."
Mrs Wood added: "The safe room would vastly improve the quality of Kate's life. It would also help make caring for her easier."
Easier care would be a great help to Mrs Wood, who has three other children to look after, one of whom, James, has Asperger's syndrome, an attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder.