Two Corby children with a rare genetic condition have enjoyed a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Disney World in Florida.
Mia Blakey-Tew, four, and brother Cory, two, were accompanied on the holiday by their parents Leanne Moir and Dean Blakey-Tew.
The holiday was made possible thanks to Caudwell Children, the national charity that provides practical and emotional support to disabled children and their families,
Mia and Cory were this year diagnosed with RARS2 mutation which means they are partially-sighted and have limited hearing and mobility.
Their parents are raising funds to pay for therapy, equipment and adaptations to their home in Latimer Road, Corby.