A garden party held to help the mother of a young boy with a rare genetic disorder set up a charity has raised more than £1,000.
Konnie Newmark of Broadway, Market Lavington, was delighted with the turn out and generosity of people who spent Saturday enjoying a wide mix of music and eating BBQ food and cream teas.
She said: “I was quite overwhelmed by the support. It was wonderful.”
Mrs Newmark’s son Jai, six, is thought thought to have been the first UK child to be diagnosed with FoxG1 Syndrome.