A KIND-hearted Droitwich youngster has arranged a jam-packed fun day to raise money for a charity which helps refugees.

Phoebe Chan, aged 11, was so moved by the plight of people living in French refugee camps, she decided to hold an event in aid of People in Motion - a charity which supports people forced to flee their home country.

On the day the youngster will also have her long hair cut for the Little Princess Trust, which makes wigs for children who lose their hair during cancer treatment.

The event will run from 3pm on Saturday, September 17 at the Lyppard Grange pub in Ankerage Green, Worcester.

Phoebe's mum Charlotte Chan said: "I am super proud, it is just amazing. Everyone keeps commenting on how amazing and inspiring it is to see a young person doing something so good.

"We were just at the dinner table one evening and she said about cutting her hair off for charity. We just got talking and she came up with the idea for having an event."

A host of entertainment is planned for the day, including a live acoustic set by musician Ben Vickers from 4pm.

There will be a bouncy castle, pool competition, raffle and hot dogs on offer for visitors during the day. And the party will continue into the night, with a school disco from 8pm to midnight.

Phoebe, who goes to Westacre Middle School, began raising money for refugees earlier this year.

The Westlands resident was particularly moved to help children who are unable to get a good education, and set out to help raise money so youngsters in refugee camps can access to educational materials.

To support Phoebe's fundraising visit justgiving.com/crowdfunding/charlotte-mace