THE Press has helped to fulfill a Christmas wish for one Dunfermline girl.

Coldplay-mad Keira Alvarez-Turner, who has quadriplegic cerebral palsy and epilepsy, appealed in the Press last month for a painter and decorator to help finish her newly-built accessible bedroom.

Now, thanks to our story, mum Debbie says they have had countless offers of help, and that the 14-year-old's dream room has been brought to life.

Tradesmen eager to help have even offered to complete the finishing touches to the family's living room, which will be done by a painter willing to come out of retirement for the job, and kitchen, to be completed by Paddy Docherty.

"It has been fantastic, loads of people came forward to help, the first people I got in touch with were the people who actually commented on the article, but by the time they got back, we had even more people come forward.

"They came to see the job, when I told them someone was already doing the bedroom they just asked what else they could do."

Ayla Foulis, director of Signature Decor, a Dunfermline-based firm, has now completed Keira's room – exactly the way she wanted it.

Debbie says that the Calaiswood School and Dunfermline High pupil has designed the entire thing herself, from the flooring to the wallpaper and paint colours.

She is even keen to move in her cherished Coldplay and Ed Sheeran posters and calendar.

"Her face lit up when she saw the room," Debbie added.

"She has an amazing eye for it, the whole time I was like, 'Yeah, you can choose ...' but was regretting my decision, thinking she was going to choose bright pink or something.

"But it's absolutely fantastic, it's like a proper grown-up girl bedroom."

Keira isn't quite in her new haven yet, with her adapted bed needing to be dismantled professionally and moved.

Once everything is complete, she will have the independence her parents were desperate for her to gain, with the ground floor of the house having been adapted for her to move around easily.

Currently, she is lifted up and down the stairs by her mum, and dad, Ramon Alvarez.

"It's great to see the community coming together," Debbie continued.

"I wish we could do it a lot more, it's nice to see, the post got 41 shares, it went places I don't even know, there could have been a lot more people getting in touch."