A summer fun day will be held to help push a charity closer to its first million pound target.

Alexandra House of Joy wants to build a care centre for adults with "profound learning disabilities" in Oxfordshire and surrounding areas.

The event will be hosted by Pavers Shoes in Bicester Avenue, Chesterton Community Centre Field, on June 29.

Held between 11am to 5pm, the day will have a variety of family activities and local groups demonstrating their talent.

There will also be opportunities to purchase bricks for the new centre.

Organiser Michelle Laurie said: "We as a store have chosen to support AHoJ because it is a local charity and there is currently no-where in Oxfordshire where adults with learning disabilities can get support.

"We would love as many people as possible to come along to the summer fair and have a great time while helping us raise money for this wonderful charity."

Up to now, the Alexandra House of Joy has raised just over £895,000 but needs £3.4 million before they can start building.

Rachael and Ian Scott-Hunter, who started the charity, promise a "fantastic" addition to the community.

Ms Scott-Hunter said: "Many amazing supporters are still helping with all sorts of ways and means to raise funds and we can't thank the staff at Pavers enough for what they have done and are continuing to do."