A family rallied round on Saturday to create a 'fun day' for the community, while raising money to help a little boy walk.

Teddy Plume is 17 months old but has a brain disorder that is delaying his development - he still cannot sit up or walk.

His mum and dad Donna and Daniel Plume, who live in Sherwood Close, Langley, are boosting the physiotherapy he gets from the NHS by taking him to private sessions in Somerset.

But that costs money. So the couple spent months organising a fund raising fun day and people in Langley were able to enjoy the result at Holy Family Parish Club, Trelawney Avenue.

There was a bouncy castle, face painting and a wide range of stalls that included Body Shop. Businesses in the town had rallied round to donate  to the event.

Teddy's grandad Richard Othen was there to lend his support, while his great aunt Caroline Cox manned the cake stall.

Sisters Roni-Mae, four and Maddie, seven were there to lend a hand as well as cousin Scarlott Foster.

Teddy's mum said: "We raised £1,200 with several people making donations on the day. It will take us up to next year with Teddy's physiotherapy."

Mrs Plume works as a customer advisor at B & Q in Bath Road, Slough, while Mr Plume is a lorry driver.