Money is being raised for a baby who looked certain to die after she stopped breathing in her cot.
Lillie Klawinska-Disson was not expected to pull through when she was taken to the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices in Cambridge following the nightmare scenario on July 17, 2014.
However, Lillie, who was six months old at the time, miraculously survived but suffered severe brain trauma because she stopped breathing for at least 24 minutes.
Her family are aiming to raise £30,000 to fund a procedure known as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy - the breathing of pure oxygen in a pressurised room or tube.
A Family Fun Day is being held on Sunday (March 8) at The Cherry Tree pub from noon until late.
The event features live music, including a children’s disco, a magician, face painting, bouncy castle, raffle and other activities.
For more information on Lillie and her continued need for treatment, check out the Lillie’s Miracle Facebook page or @Lilliesmiracle on Twitter.
To donate, visit the Just Giving page.