A TALENTED young dance troupe have received new kits and suitcases from generous Bolton donors.

Bolton Wanderers players Harry Brockbank and Jack Hobbs joined former Hollyoaks actress Gemma Merna to hand over tracksuits and MyKitKases to RISE Unbroken.

The troupe includes inspirational youngster Hollie Booth, one of people seriously injured in the Manchester Arena attack in 2017.

Hollie, now 15, has been through 13 operations after the horrific attack that killed her aunt, Kelly Brewster, and left her mum Claire with a broken jaw.

The teenager from Sheffield was left with two broken legs and was wheelchair bound for a large portion of her recovery.

RISE Unbroken turned heads after reaching the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent 2018, with the all-female group adding wheelchairs to their routine to allow Hollie to take part.

The troupe will perform at the Bolton Whites Hotel on March 27 as part of the Bolton Fashion and Lifestyle event.

Their new kits have been sponsored by two local businesses, Lisa Forshaw PR and Simon Atherton Real Axe Bolton.