Film buffs can now do their bit for the Gusher’s 2013 fundraising campaign for the Jago Worrall Foundation with a charity screening of Disney’s next big movie ahead of its official release this summer.
On August 9 at 11.30am Cineworld in Northampton is opening its doors for an exclusive premiere screening of Planes and all the takings will go directly to the charity.
This is an exclusive chance to see the big film of the summer a whole week before it opens nationally.
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!
Tickets for the screening are free but donations are encouraged.
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!”