Batley fun day in aid of children's heart surgery

Children can meet their favourite cartoon characters tomorrow at a fundraiser to help poorly youngsters.

Friday, 25th November 2016, 11:50 am
Updated Tuesday, 6th December 2016, 12:44 pm
Alfie with sister Chloe and mum Emma. (d624a507)

Film and TV mascots will appear at the event Victoria Function Rooms in Batley, organised by Emma Brook, whose son Alfie, 6, has a life-limiting heart condition.

The fun day will raise funds for Keeping the Beat, an appeal to raise £500,000 towards a new children’s heart theatre at the Leeds General Infirmary.

There will be stalls, face painting, a bouncy castle and rodeo bull at the event, organised by Miss Brook and Rebecca Auty from 11am-3pm at the venue on Stocks Lane.

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Youngsters will be able to have pictures taken with characters including Spiderman and the Ninja Turtles.

In August a fun day at Wilton Park in Batley organised by Alfie’s family raised £2,500 for Keeping the beat, which is backed by the Children’s Heart Surgery Fund.

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