A Reading pub is putting on three days of events to raise money for a mum battling terminal cancer.

Stacy Watkins was diagnosed with a very rare tumour in her cervix in October last year, which has spread to her liver and her pelvis.

Her family are relentlessly searching for different treatments to prolong her life that are not available on the NHS which they estimate will cost £90,000.

The Wee Waif, Old Bath Road, Reading, is hosting a Karaoke night on Friday, a Ska and Reggae night on Saturday and a rock ‘n’ roll bingo day on Sunday all in aid of the Watkins’ fundraising efforts.

Click here for Stacy's full story.

“We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone at the Wee Waif and we are so grateful for you raising money for this amazing cause,” wrote friend Sarah Hill on Stacy’s fundraising page.

More than £27,700 has been raised for Stacy so far.

In a statement on her fundraising page, Stacy wrote: “Being told you have cancer is hard. Being given a prognosis is harder.

“I've laughed, I've cried, I've stared at a wall for hours in silence. Nothing changed, I still have cancer.

“I am determined to hit this with as much force as it needs.”