A CAR show is being held in aid of a Hampshire schoolgirl who is battling to walk unaided.

Team Titan Performance, which sells performance parts as well as hosting charity car meets, is staging the show at Allington Lane in Horton Heath tomorrow from 3pm.

Proceeds will go towards helping Keeley Cullen, 11, of Marchwood, improve her mobility.

As reported, Keeley suffers from cerebral palsy and had a procedure known as Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR).

Surgeons at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London cut through the faulty spinal nerves responsible for the stiffness in her legs.

SDR and the follow-up treatment is not available on the NHS, which means families of children who need the procedure must fund it themselves.

Keeley’s mum Zara needs to raise a further £15,000 to enable her physiotherapy sessions to continue.

Titan Team Performance has joined forces with Blake Entertainment to stage the show.

One of the organisers said: “She has had a successful operation but needs three years’ of physio and her family doesn’t have the full funds.

“We want to help them hit their goal and keep her rehabilitation going. As well as raising money for this amazing girl we’d like to give you a car event to remember.”

Attractions will include bouncy castles, food trucks and sweets and treats, plus popcorn and candy floss machines and a surfing simulator.