An evening of fun is promised at a special fundraising event for Troon youngster Calum Rae. 

The four-year-old was diagnosed with stage M high-risk neuroblastoma earlier this year.

His family has launched a fund-raiser in the hope of attracting donations to take them to the £250,000 they need to travel to the United States for surgery.

Calum lives in Troon with his mum Victoria McDonald, who is originally from Dalry and works as a teacher at West Kilbride Primary School, and dad Andrew Rae.

Communities across Ayrshire have rallied around the cause since it was launched, with the fundraiser currently sitting at £131,000. 

A special fund-raising evening is set to take place in Muirhead Activity Centre in Troon on Wednesday June 28 from 5pm until 7pm. 

There will be a netball shootout, prize raffle, bouncy castle, home baking and beat the goalie, as well as bottle, craft and book stalls. 

Donations to the fundraiser can be made here.