Special night helps Keira’s dreams come true

Charity night for Keira Wrenn, at Grand Central, Skegness. Keira Wrenn 6 with Keira's Clown.
Charity night for Keira Wrenn, at Grand Central, Skegness. Keira Wrenn 6 with Keira's Clown.
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Cash from a fundraising night in Skegness is helping little girl suffering with a rare form of brain tumour to make her dreams come true.

Six year old Keira Wrenn, from Alford, will be enjoying a family trip to Paris with proceeds from a quiz and auction held on her behalf at the Grand Central nightclub.

Almost £1,000 was raised on the night, with the total topped up with a donations from Alford County Councillor Steve Palmer and local line dancing groups.

Mum Emma said: “It was an absolutely fantastic evening, we are going to Paris in May so Keira can visit the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral.”

Keira’s best friend Lexi-Rose Lewis and Emma’s friend Michelle Ranshaw were presented with bouquets of flowers for all their help and support over the last few months.

Alford Primary School pupil Keira was diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), last year. She recently enjoyed a holiday at Disneyland Paris thanks to a fun day organised by well-wishers in Alford.