A mother from St Annes is hoping a huge fund-raising push will help cure her son of cancer.
Five-year-old Charlie Gibson-Woolley was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism, aged three, before he developed Stage 4 High Risk Neuroblastoma, an aggressive form of children's cancer two years later.
The condition offers just a 30 per cent chance of survival.
His family are trying to raise £275,000 to send Charlie to America, where he could have potentially life-saving treatment.
He's been in hospital for the past three months and had 80 days of chemotherapy.
To donate, please visit Charlie's fund-raising website.