All the fun of the fair will help funds roll in for a disabled youngster this Easter.
For organisers bidding to help Doncaster boy William Moreland take his first steps will be hosting a fun packed family extravaganza on Easter Monday to help boost support.
Brave William Moreland, three, who has fought a string of battles to stay alive right from his conception, desperately needs to find £70,000 to fund treatment in the USA which will help him walk.
Mum Michelle is spearheading the fight for her son to help him realise his dream.
She said: “For him even to be here is remarkable. He has fought every moment of his life. The only real chance he has of being able to walk is this operation. It would transform his life.”
The youngster 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.
The Easter Eggstravaganza will take place on April 21 from 1pm to 5pm at the Linney Centre, Weston Road, Balby. Entrance is free and attractions will include a disco, Easter egg hunt, Easter crafts and games, a bouncy castle with slide, face painting, a martial arts display as well as refreshments including hot dogs and afternoon tea and scones.
A website has been set up where people can donate - visit www.williamswish2walk.weebly.com