Tickets are now available foran exclusive film screening of the new Disney movie Planes in aid of The Jago Worrall Foundation.
The movie will be shown on Friday August 9 at 11.30am and Jago’s brothers Riley and Ferdie have been given VIP invitations to the screening at Cineworld in Sixfields, Northampton.
Planes will be a shown a week before its national release, giving film buffs the first chance to see the film.
The action-packed comedy adventure, following on from Disney’s Cars movies, is about a big-hearted crop duster with dreams of competing as a high-flying racer. There’s just two problems – he’s not exactly built for racing and he’s afraid of heights!
The VIP access will see Riley and Ferdie taken to the cinema in a limousine provided by Lux Limo in Daventry and then given a behind the scenes tour of the venue, as well as the chance to serve popcorn and drinks to their friends.
Jules Dodds, Cineworld deputy general manager, said: “The Jago Worrall Foundation is a truly remarkable charity, with the story of little Jago touching our hearts and we are really pleased to be involved in raising funds for such a worthy cause, helping out the local community.”
Two-year-old Jago suffered severe brain juries last year after nearly drowning in a pond at the family home in Welton.
Twelve months on he has now left the paediatric rehabilitation centre in Surrey to continue his round-the-clock treatment back at home.
Lyn Worrall, Jago’s mum, said: “Once again Barney and I are amazed and humbled by people’s generosity.
“The fundraising that has taken place is giving Jago a chance to have the best possible care and therapy that he deserves, thank you Cineworld.
“Both Riley and Ferdie are so excited about the event.”