A CHARITY fun day for Ronald McDonald House, supported by Logan’s Helping Hand group, took place at Prestatyn town football club on Sunday.
Over £500 was raised for the charity at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital which provides free accommodation for families.
Kathryn McDermott, 27, set up group following the birth of her son Logan, who was born with Apert syndrome which causes malformations of the skull, face, hands and feet.
Kathryn said that Logan, who is 8 months old and has already undergone 11 operations, is likely to be going to Alder Hey for the next 20 years.
She said: “The fun day went really well. We really want to thank Tir Prince market traders who donated lots of toys. Without them, we wouldn’t have had the same result.
“There was face painting, a teddy tombola, a raffle, games, competition and prizes. We greatly appreciate everyone’s help and thank those who attended. Logan came eventually, when he had been sorted, and he also enjoyed it.”