A BRAVE Dunfermline girl has raised £800 towards building the bedroom that she desperately needs by completing a sponsored walk in her 'Wonder Girl' costume.

As we reported two weeks ago, Keira Turner is a 12-year-old with cerebral palsy and relies on her parents to carry her up and down the stairs to her bedroom and the bathroom.

With her teenage years approaching, her family are hoping they can build an extension downstairs to give her a much more accessible bedroom and bathroom.

But the life-changing work comes at a hefty price of £42,000.

Fife Council have already pledged to pay £20,000 but with thousands of pounds still needed, the Turners have been finding ways to fundraise.

Last week, Keira challenged herself to a 2km walk around Pitcorthie.

Proud mum Debbie said: "We would like to thank once again all of the people who donated to Keira while she was out walking, your support means a lot to us.

"Keira had lots of fun doing her sponsored walk which ended up being a total of 2.4km and took her 1 hour, 50 minutes and 36 seconds in total.

"She is a very tired wonder girl to say the least and we are so proud of her as she took it all in her stride as per usual.

"She really is a tiny super human, our little miracle!"

To donate to Keira’s sponsored walk, visit www.gofundme.com and search ‘Keiras BIG build’.