RESIDENTS and Wardens of Troon Sheltered Housing have helped raise money for six-year-old Saul Wylie, who has Cerebral Palsy.

A charity night wa s arranged in aid of ‘Steps for Saul’ by the residents to help provide funds towards an operation that could help him walk again.

Raising a total of £546, Tina Sinclair and Gracie Blackie sold raffle tickets and a range of goods to help fund the cause.

A Ukulele band was also present on the night whodedicated their time free of charge to the charity.

Printing company SM Signs also chipped in towards the night donating two large banners that were on display at the event.

The cheque was presented to Saul himself on the night who was in attendance with his mum and twin brother.

A total of nearly £55,000 has been raised through several different avenues to help fund a spinal operation that will improve Saul’s quality of life.

The family aim to raise a total of £80,000 for the operation and after care that cannot be funded by the NHS.