A family fun day is being held in Sunderland over Bank Holiday in a bid to raise money for the Bradley Lowery Foundation holiday home project.
The event will be held on Bank Holiday Monday (August 30) between 12.30pm and 5.30pm at Ryhope Cricket Club on Ryhope Street South with free entry.
During the day, there will be plenty of things to do including a funfair, raffles, tombola, a variety of stalls to browse, bouncy castles and more.
Guests will also be treated to live music from Krisis, Days of Speed, Louise Crosby, and Lloyd Joyce, followed by music from DJ Clint Devine from 4.30pm until 9.30pm.
Gemma Lowery, Bradley’s mum and founder of the foundation, said: “We loved fun days with Bradley before he went with the angels, and we want families to be able to have a great time while raising money for a fantastic cause.
“We want Super Brad’s Pad to be a special place kids will love to visit and somewhere families can make memories of special times together.
“The last year has been difficult for all charities, and we’re delighted that we can get together again to fundraise in little Brad’s memory.”
Any money raised will go towards Super Brad’s Pad, the latest project from The Bradley Lowery Foundation, to create a lasting legacy of the six-year-old who lost his fight to neuroblastoma in 2017.
It aims to open a five-bedroom luxury holiday home in Scarborough for poorly children and their families to make lasting happy memories.
The Bradley Lowery Foundation was established in August 2017 after Bradley tragically lost his fight to the rare and aggressive form of childhood cancer.
The foundation aims to support families who are fundraising for treatment or equipment, which is not readily available or covered by the NHS.