Local girl Robyn Harrison donned her Supergirl costume recently to throw a party with a difference to raise funds for Stick ‘n’ Step, the north west charity that has supported her since she was just four years old.

16 year old Robyn, who has cerebral palsy, has regularly attended conductive education sessions at Stick ‘n’ Step’s centre in Wallasey and she has been fundraising for the charity for years. Selecting a superhero theme for her party, she invited friends and family to come along in costume and everyone had a fantastic evening. Prizes were donated and raffled to raise money and Robyn collected a fabulous total of £855 for the charity she loves.

Robyn, who took part in a 5k run last year on behalf of Stick ‘n’ Step, says:

“Attending classes at Stick ‘n’ Step has helped my independence, built my strength and given me the chance of walking. I love being able to give back to the charity and this was so much fun to do. I’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who came along and helped raise the money.”

To find out more about fundraising for Stick ‘n’ Step, please contact Hettie Miles on 0151 638 0888 or email hettie@sticknstep.org.