DONATIONS have continued to pour in for toddler Paige Williams.
Fundraisers have been working hard to send the three-year-old from Prestatyn on a dream trip to to Disneyworld after she was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour.
Mum Rebecca and dad Michael Rider have said they are overwhelmed with the support from Journal readers.
Staff at Rhyl’s Royal Mail depot on Vale Road helped raise £500 in donations.
Postman Gareth Prime, 42, said: “The whole office has been involved. Everyone has put their hand in their pocket. This was all to help Paige get her holiday.”
Paige was all smiles last week after a visit from Disney characters at Tiny Tots nursery in Prestatyn thanks to Prestatyn-based Party Animals North Wales.
Yvonne Shute, of Garth Morfa, Kimmel Bay raised more than £300 for Paige with a coffee morning at her home.
She said: “I just want to say a big thank you to the people from my church who came along and my wonderful neighbours as well. I thought it would be great to raise £50 but £300 is amazing.
Shoppers at Asda in Kinmel Bay helped raise more than £1,000 after members of the community organised a bag pack at the store. Both the Millbank Pub in Rhyl and Offa’s Tavern in Pretstayn held fundraisers for Paige last week.
Five-year-old Cameron Moor of Rhyl, is organising a five-mile sponsored cycle from Rhyl to Tiny Tots and has already raised £80.
A raffle and tombola will be held on Friday night from 6pm at Ysgol Penmorfa, Prestatyn with a prize including a week holiday in eight-birth caravan at Greenacres Holiday Park, Porthmadog.
A Disney-themed family fun day is to be held at Rhyl’s Coronation Gardens on July 14.
The family has said any excess money raised will be donated to charity.