Gallery: David Lloyd Hatfield fun day helps dreams come true
A FUN day has raised �1,000 for a charity which brings to life the dreams of terminally or seriously ill children. The event, which took place at David Lloyd Hatfield last Saturday, featured a number of activities, including football coaching, an obstacle
A FUN day has raised �1,000 for a charity which brings to life the dreams of terminally or seriously ill children.
The event, which took place at David Lloyd Hatfield last Saturday, featured a number of activities, including football coaching, an obstacle course and a children's entertainer called Mr Tiz.
It also featured cheerleaders, a barbecue, face painting and henna tattoos.
The fun day was organised by Hatfield resident Tina Glover to raise money for Dreams Come True.
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Mum-of-two Tina said: "The children had an amazing time.
"Mr Tiz was absolutely fantastic."
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Tina, 33, had hoped to raise �10,000 from the event and admitted she was a little disappointed not to collect more than �1,000.
But a spokesman for the charity said she need not be disheartened.
Adrian Atkinson, the fundraising manager for Dreams Come True, said: "She will have fulfilled one child's dream, no doubt about it.
"She needs a huge pat on the back.