In this week’s Express

IN this week’s Express we launch a fundraising campaign to build a children’s day nursery for youngsters with serious and complex conditions, inspired by the work of Steven and Maya McCormack – who set up the Laila Milly Foundation after their daughter was born with a rare genetic disorder.

Also in news:

- Find out why Castleford Tigers’ fans are getting shirty over this season’s replica kit.

- We report bosses from Metro and Wakefield Council have submitted a £14.3m bid to get Castleford Interchange built.

- Read about Wakefield Council’s plans to freeze council tax for a year.

In competitions and promotions:

- A free Subway sandwich for every reader.

- Four pages of £10 holidays plus a free 24-page holiday supplement.

- Send in your Valentine’s Day text message to the one you love.

- Win £250 to spend at Junction 32’s Pagazzi store.

In sport:

- Club captain Stuart Dickens will make his first Featherstone appearance of 2011 in Sunday’s friendly against Leeds Rhinos at Bigfellas Stadium.

- Castleford Tigers are set to field as strong a side as possible for the second of their pre-season trials at the Probiz Coliseum on Sunday and may include new signing Willie Isa when they run out against Batley Bulldogs.