Bloxwich Memorial will be hosting “Lyttle Fest” this coming Thursday, October 26th to help raise funds for treatment for Isabella Lyttle.
Saddlers legend and club ambassador Mick Kearns will be attending the start of the music festival, which begins from 2pm, with Saddlers players Liam Kinsella and Jordon Sangha also present from 2pm-3pm.
Isabella was diagnosed in October 2010 with neuroblastoma - a rare cancer that affects children - when she was just three-and-a-half years old.
In the hope of beating her cancer, Isabella’s family are looking to raise funds for future treatment in America.
Defender Kinsella and midfielder Sangha will be attending the first hour of the festival, while former Republic of Ireland international and iFollow commentator Kearns will also be at Bloxwich Memorial from 2pm.
Lyttle Fest is being held at Bloxwich Memorial, 5 Harrison Street, WS3 3HP. For more information on Isabella’s journey, please click on this link.