A FISHGUARD woman and her husband are planning a series of events, culminating in a 70km Great Wall of China trek, to raise £4,000 for the charity that made her father's last days as comfortable as possible.

Lydia Chambers' father, Goodwick painter and decorator Keith Maddocks, died from a brain tumour at the age of 54 in 2011.

"Paul Sartori were such a lifeline for us," said 29-year-old Lydia. "They made sure dad came home to his loved ones and was as comfortable as possible in his final days, and the nurses were brilliant.

"Paul Sartori need approximately £2,500 per day to provide their service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

"When dad passed away I made a promise to myself to raise £10k for Paul Sartori and £10k Brain Tumour Research UK, and to date I'm half way there for both so this is a great opportunity to almost get to that target for Paul Sartori."

Civil servant Lydia is holding local fundraisers before she and husband Dean trek the Great Wall of China in September.

On Saturday, March 31, Lydia has organised a children's Easter party at the Phoenix Centre, Goodwick. There will be a magic show, balloon modelling, a tea party, a visit from Easter bunny and party games.

The party runs between 3pm and 6pm and tickets cost £6 per child. For tickets contact Lydia on 07837439728 or find her on Facebook.

Lydia and Dean are training hard for the Great Wall of China trek.

"We will be trekking approximately 70km of the wall, starting from Huangyaguan and ending in Beijing," said Lydia.

"Up until September we will be holding a wide range of fundraising events, we are funding our own trip and any money raised will go directly to the charity. We are hoping to raise around £4,000 in dad's memory."

To support Lydia's fundraising, and to find out about future fundraisers, visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Lydia-chambers or Dean & Lydia's Great Wall of China adventure page on Facebook.