"It means everything, it's Adeline's life." Fifer's asked to help a little girl with a rare blood disorder

A special coffee morning will be held to help a little girl with a rare blood disorder.

Someone in Fife could be be a perfect match to save the life of a little girl. 

Two-year-old Adeline has a blood disorder so rare doctors have been unable to give her an official diagnosis. 

She's been undergoing blood transfusions for months - but that isn't a cure for her condition. 

In an effort to help find a match Adeline's aunt Linda Thomson's hosting a coffee morning at Kat's Mission in Kinglassie where they'll be raising money for Adeline;s family and taking swaps to see if anyone's a match. 

Adeline's mum Steph Davies has says; "All we want is to find a match for Adeline. 

"It's just been a huge waiting game since we found out she was poorly to wait for this ten out of ten match.

"I hope one day soon we can find one and I can thank them.

"It just means everything - it's Adeline's life."

The coffee morning will run from noon today. 

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