A WILD West shootout was the highlight of a fun day in aid of a four-year-old Blackburn girl's trip to Disneyland.

Alex Cumberland suffers from the rare genetic Coffin Siris Syndrome, which means she has severe learning difficulties.

Other attractions at the fundraising event at Roe Lee Park School, Emerald Avenue, on Saturday included a 20ft slide, bouncy castle, face painting and lots of stalls.

As well as going to Disneyland, Alex and her family will attend a conference and see the doctor who discovered the disease.

Alex, of Quebec Road, Blackburn, was diagnosed with Coffin Siris Syndrome in October, 1999.

Her parents, Helen and Gary, have so far raised more than £4,000 for a trip to America in the hope they can find out more about the disease at a special conference with some of the country's leading doctors.

They will be meeting other families who have been affected by the disease, and the man who discovered it -- Dr Grange Coffin.