A FUN day in memory of inspirational toddler Paige Williams is to return again this year.
Last year thousands gathered in Rhyl’s Coronation Gardens for a Disney-themed picnic to raise funds for the three-year-old’s trip to Disneyland in Paris.
Paige, who was diagnosed with a grade three glioma in her brain stem, died in September after touching the hearts of the community who helped raise more than £40,000.
Fun day organiser Jeanette Barlow is holding a meeting to gather ideas for this year’s event along with Paige’s parents, mum Rebecca Williams and dad Michael Rider of Prestatyn.
Jeanette, 46, of Kimnel Bay, said: “Everyone has been asking if we are doing it again.
“It was a fantastic day last year, it was a lovely day. There was a huge turnout for Paige and this year it will be in memory of her.”
Funds will be split between Ty Gobaith Children’s Hospice and causes chosen by Paige’s parents.
Anyone with suggestions on how to stage the event are being invited to the meeting at the Cob and Pen, Rhyl, on February 19 from 7pm.
Jeanette added: “We want to do it bigger and better than last year.
“We did it last year in three weeks, this time we have six months.
“We don’t have a date yet or a location. We want to have it in the Events Arena if it is available.
“We want people to come with suggestions on what we can do to make it bigger and better.”
Last year’s Fun Day raised more than £4,900 for Paige’s fund and also saw Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty attend.