A TEMPTING spread of cakes, buns, scones and other treats in Keighley town centre raised hundreds to support a young girl with cerebral palsy.

The event in the Airedale Shopping Centre on Saturday (Oct 6) collected £963 to help 11-year-old Charlotte Wormald.

The cash will help ensure she can continue visiting a sanatorium in the Czech Republic to receive a variety of therapeutic and rehabilitative treatments.

Her gran, June Wormald, one of a group of 10 people who produced the treats on sale at the weekend, said the latest fundraiser had been very successful. "We'd like to thank the people of Keighley and also the management of the Airedale Centre," she said.

She said Charlotte was booked to again attend the Czech Sanatoria Klimkovice in April next year. Charlotte previously benefited from two weeks worth of treatment at the sanatorium in July.

She now lives in Menston but was born in Airedale Hospital and previously lived in Riddlesden.

She attends a special school in Sheffield, called Paces School for Conductive Education, and receives daily physiotherapy.

Her supporters will be carrying out further fundraising for her on Sunday November 25, when they will have a stand at Silsden Christmas Market in Silsden Town Hall.