TWO brave Upton-upon-Severn boys who dream of going to Disneyland Paris could be made a reality.

Justine Smith's sons Rocky and Bentley, aged two and one, both have spinal muscular atrophy, a condition which has a life expectancy of just two years.

The family are hoping to have a magical Disneyland Paris experience together at the end of year. 

People are invited to an event featuring a day's worth of activities to help raise money for the boys' trip. 

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Justine Smith said the event 'means everything' to her family and she is incredibly grateful for all the effort that has been shown.

She said: "Rocky has reached his age limit for life expectancy so it has been incredibly difficult as we have had to plan for his end of life.

"It would honestly mean everything for us to be able to go on this family holiday together.

"We have it booked for December 23rd, which is also my daughter's birthday who has been incredibly brave and helpful with her brother's as well.

"Obviously with the cost of travel and the required insurance for the boys, it is not easy, so this is such a beautiful gift for our family."

Ian Alley is hosting the event and has been the driving force behind getting the event together.

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Mr Alley said: "We heard about the boys' story and how much they had been through, so the chance to do something like this seemed like an amazing opportunity. 

"My dad, Klint Varndall, is a huge fundraiser in the Upton area, so with his help and my partner Tracey's help, we have been able to make this a reality.

"I met with Justine and the boys before we got the planning underway and her strength is remarkable."

The event begins with a mayoral speech and a speech from the boys' family at The Pepperpot at 11am.

At this time, Klint Varndall also begins a marathon distance walk and cycle from Upton to Worcester Cathedral and back.

A quiz, bingo, a raffle and an auction will also be taking place all day at The Plough, Waterside, on Sunday, July 3.

Between 7pm and 8pm, Klint will be returning from the marathon walk and cycle at The Plough to celebrate the end of the day.

You can donate to the GoFundMe here.