People who bring the magic of Christmas day to young care leavers across the district has put out a rallying cry for volunteers.

It is the first time the seasonal event will come to Bradford and give isolated care leavers a chance to experience Christmas as a community.

Rahila Hussain, who has worked, lived and studied in Bradford, said: "We want to be getting off to a flying start. You create magic for someone else.

"If you want to be involved in any way just get in touch, It's Bradford community so Bradford's young care leavers. It's lonely when you're on the outside and everybody's talking about Christmas time. It's isolating.

"We can't do it without the help of the children's services in Bradford. It's everyone working together."

If you'd like to get involved in volunteering on the day or donating, email