A DAY of activities on Saturday will honour the memory of a young man from Ellesmere Port who took his own life.
In April 2010 former Catholic High School pupil 23-year-old Arthur Tolley, of Cressington Gardens, was found hanged at home.
Last year his brother Michael Tolley organised a fundraising event on the John Street field on the Westminster estate to raise money for the Samaritans charity, which encourages people to call if they feel low.
This year Michael is hoping to host a bigger and better event to raise even more cash.
The event starts at 11.30am and there will be a full set of inflatables provided by SS Bouncy Castles, with a DJ playing music until teatime and barbecues, which the public are invited to take their own food along to.
There will be face-painting throughout the day and local band Portside will entertain the crowd from 4pm.
DJs normally seen behind the decks at Destiny and Elite will also entertain the crowds.
Collection buckets for the Samaritans will be on site all day.
The Samaritans can be contacted on 08457 90 90 90.