A packed day of activities to aid brave Molly

Councillor Phylis Cullen hands over the proceeds of the Children's Fun Day held at The Wellfield, Beech Hill, in aid of 4 year old cancer patient Molly Fleming, (pictured with dad Paul Fleming, front) to Molly's mum Claire Grundy
Councillor Phylis Cullen hands over the proceeds of the Children's Fun Day held at The Wellfield, Beech Hill, in aid of 4 year old cancer patient Molly Fleming, (pictured with dad Paul Fleming, front) to Molly's mum Claire Grundy

Generous Wiganers flocked to a community-owned pub for a special fun day raising money to help a brave young cancer patient.

The Wellfield in Beech Hill put on a packed programme of activities to help four-year-old Molly Fleming and her family and raised in excess of £1,700.

Youngsters got to try out a climbing wall, enjoy a donkey ride and meet Cinderella during the afternoon before the pub put on further entertainment for older fund-raisers in the evening.

Molly has a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer, and is about to fly out to the States for proton beam therapy.

Her parents Paul Fleming and Claire Grundy are raising £5,000 so the family can stay together while she receives treatment in the USA.

The fund-raising drive is also being supported by former mayor Coun Phyll Cullen.

For more information or to donate, visit www.gofundme.com/molly-flemings-treatment