A FAMILY fun day to raise money for charity is taking place at Sully Sports and Social Club in South Road, Sully this weekend.

The event on Saturday, August 23 is on from 10am until late to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer's research UK and St David's Hospice Care.

Organisers say there are loads of events planned for the day and admission is free providing fun for all the family.

There will be a fairground with such rides as Waltzers, dodgems, twisters and much more, bouncy castles, live music from noon until 6pm, beer tent selling ales and ciders plus the club's bar will be open.

The club will be putting on a BBQ and selling food from as little as £1 as well as having food and ice cream vans.

The police will be attending and hopefully the police helicopter will be arriving, along with fire engines and many stalls offering fantastic products/services from jewellery, balloon modelling, face painting, tutus, kids' makeovers, psychic, photographer, cakes plus much more.

Anna, Elsa and Hello Kitty will also be joining in the fun and doing meet and greats with the children.

Award winning magician James Piper will be offering walkabout magic in the crowds from 1pm-3pm.

And don't forget to buy some raffle tickets to help us reach our target of £2000 for our very deserving charities.

Only £2 a strip with amazing prizes from Halfords in Barry offering a voucher for a child's bike and helmet to the value of £100, vouchers for Delta Force paintballing each for up to 10 people, a family photography session including a framed pictured worth £225 from paulhindmarshphotography.com.

Plus loads more amazing prizes!

Alzheimer’s Research UK is the UK’s leading dementia research charity. As research experts, they fund world-class, pioneering scientists at leading universities to find preventions, treatments and a cure for dementia.

Dementia affects 820,000 people in the UK. Around 23 million of the UK population have a close friend or family member with dementia. As well as the huge personal cost, dementia costs the UK economy £23 billion a year, more than cancer and heart disease combined. Despite these figures, dementia research is desperately underfunded.

St David’s Hospice Care is committed to providing bespoke, individual care for all its patients and their families, working alongside patients and hope to support them at the most difficult times of their lives. We aim to ensure that patients have choice about the care they receive and maintaining dignity throughout their journey is a paramount to us.

The Family Support Team help family members by offering support and advice, taking away the awful uncertainty and fears that loved ones have to cope with.