A special three-year-old girl from Weston Hills and the hospital that saved her eyesight were at the heart of a charity disco in Holbeach.
Family and friends of Chloe Goy (pictured) wanted to say thanks to the medical team at Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, who operated on her after she was born with congenital cataracts.
More than £600 was raised by the disco held at Holbeach Community Centre where Chloe’s parents, Anya Woolsey and Peter Goy, younger brother Connor Goy, grandparents and guests also watched several willing volunteers have their legs and armpits waxed.
The event also include a raffle, children’s games and live music in aid of the children’s eye department and children’s ward at the Nottingham hospital.
Anya said: “The disco went really, really well, there was a good turnout of people and everybody enjoyed themselves.
“We had about 60 people there, including family, friends and guests who read about Chloe in your newspaper and wanted to help.” Photo:SG290613-144NG.