Instant Breaks’ charity efforts help fund girl’s Disneyland trip

Seven-year-old with brain condition set for ‘dream’ holiday

Instant Breaks’ charity efforts help fund girl’s Disneyland trip

Travel agency Instant Breaks has helped raise vital funds for a seven-year-old girl with a neurological condition so she can go to Disneyland.

Sienna-Grace Lindfield, from Basildon, is being treated for neurofibromatosis type 1 at Great Ormond Street Hospital and Basildon Hospital.

Keen to do their bit, staff from the Disneyland Paris specialist, which is part of the Vertical Travel Group, took part in the MCA Trust’s charity golf event at the Langdon Hills golf course, which has raised more than £6,500 and counting.

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The MCA Trust is an Essex-based charity which grants children with brain-related cancers a special wish, or donates equipment to help make their lives easier.

Working in partnership with the MCA Trust, Instant Breaks has arrange for Sienna to visit Disneyland Paris in August so she can meet her favourite Disney characters in person.

Instant Breaks operations manager Ashley Davies said: “I have spoken to the Lindfield family and this is a dream come true for Sienna and her sisters who until now could only dream of meeting princesses.

“This break will give them time away from the day-to-day toll of hospital visits and treatment

“Instant Breaks feel very honoured to be given this opportunity to arrange this once-in-a-lifetime trip.

“We are fully supporting The MCA Trust and are ready to help another family when needed.”