A group of friends have worked tirelessly to organise a family fun day in aid of Nepal earthquake victims in Stokenchurch this weekend. 

Navin Gurung, along with Caz King, Corrine Hinch, Ayla Muat, Sonia Talmer, Anna Lipman and Jennifer Harris have rallied round to put together the fundraiser, which will benefit a small village just outside of Kathmandu. 

From 1pm onwards on Saturday, there will be a bouncy castle, Nepalese-style hog roast and curry buffet, a tombola, live DJ and disco and face painting. 

The Print Shop also printed flyers to advertise the event for free. 

Tickets are £7.50 for adults and £5.50 for children, available from the Royal Oak. 

As well as organising the fundraiser, Mr Gurung, who is Nepalese and owns the Royal Oak pub, runs a charity called Sahara UK and has been busy coordinating donations of food, medication and tents.

Hundreds of boxes of supplies have already been shipped off to Nepal. 

Corrine Hinch said: "We're trying to do two angles really; collecting the clothes, medicines and tents and getting them out there as quickly as possible and the fun day will raise money so we can help rebuild schools and things like that. 

"We're looking at the short term and the long term costs." 

To donate items or money, contact Navin on 07702 300405.