A FUNDRAISER in memory of a little girl who died of a cardiac arrest has raised enough money for a defibrillator to be installed in a school.

The Back to Love event, which was held at Pipers Island, in Caversham, on Saturday, August 4, was a celebration of Lilly-May Page, the Woodley schoolgirl who died of a sudden cardiac arrest when she was just five-years-old.

The event, which featured live DJs from Love is Back, festival make-up artists and a barbecue. managed to raise enough money for Lilly-May's mother Claire to donate a defibrillator to a school in Reading.

Claire said: "The event was a great success with raising awareness and support of the Arrhythmia Alliance - Lilly-May Page. It was great to work with the Love is Back and I am looking forward to future ventures with them that are in the pipeline."