A fund raising fun day on Saturday, July 7 will help a disabled boy learn to do all the things that other children his age take for granted.

Teddy Plume, who is 17 months old, lives in Sherwood Close, Langley with his dad Daniel, mum Donna and sisters Maddie, seven and Roni-Mae, four.

He has a condition called hypoplasia of the corpus callosum, a brain disorder that causes development delay which means he cannot sit up, crawl or walk yet.

His mum, who works as a customer advisor at B & Q in Bath Road, Slough, said: "The NHS can offer an hour of physiotherapy a week. But we also take him to a private physio centre in Somerset every six months, where they teach us things that we can teach him.

"About one in 4,000 have this condition and it is still a bit of unknown.

"Teddy is started to become frustrated. He knows there are things he ought to be doing that he still can't."

The trips to Somerset are expensive - hence the fun day.

Getting the fun day ready has been a family affair. Mrs Plume, her mum and dad, her husband who is a lorry driver and their daughters have been working hard for five months. Businesses in Langley have rallied round to donate to it.

It is at Holy Family Parish Club, Trelawney Avenue, Langley between 1pm and 4pm. There will be a bouncy castle, face painting, sand art and bear making.

A wide variety of stalls will include Body Shop, Avon, hair and pet accessories, cakes, sweets and flowers. Plus of course lots of raffle prizes.