People are invited to dig out their best Hawaiian shirts for a Benidorm-themed fundraiser in memory of a young girl who lost her battle with cancer.

Molly Poole, who was six years old, lost her four-year long battle with a rare medulloblastoma brain tumour in September last year.

Molly, who lived on Portland with mum Sam Tucker, her dad and two sisters, had fought the disease since she was diagnosed at just two years old in 2013.

Now, Sam is determined to carry on fundraising for Molly’s Magic Fund, a supporter group to The Brain Tumour Charity which she set up to raise awareness of the symptoms of brain tumours.

She has organised “A Night at the Solana”, a Benidorm-themed fundraiser which will take place at Weymouth Pavilion on Saturday, April 21.

Sam said: “It’s a karaoke and disco night, and there will be a signature cocktails menu. There will be videos messages from cast members and a few people who knew of Molly.

“One cast member, Steve Pemberton, has donated signed stuff to the— silent auction.”

The auction will also contain a diamond ring donated by Goldcrest Jewellers, tickets to Alton Towers, champagne and chocolates donated by Tesco and more.

Sam added: “I’m an avid fan of Benidorm, and at the end of most evenings they have a karaoke night. Molly used to love grabbing a microphone and singing so I thought, what better way to fundraise.

“I wouldn’t be doing this if it wasn’t for her.”

Sam said there will be something for everyone at the fundraising event, adding that people who haven’t seen the show will still enjoy the jam-packed night of entertainment.

But although the night is an opportunity for people to grab their dancing shoes and let down their hair, Sam also wants to remind people why it is being held.

She said: “A lady from the Brain Tumour Charity is coming and will talk about the fund, and Molly.

“Along with all the fun we want to remind people why they’re there.”

Tickets for A Night at the Solana cost £11.50 and are available from the Pavilion box office. A limited number may also be sold on the night. Doors open at 7pm.