THE devastated grandparents of a little girl abducted two years ago by her Libyan father have spoken of their heartache.

Hindley Green couple Dave and Dot Taylor say the stress since six-years-old Nadia Fawzi vanished has been terrible and the worry does not go away.

The couple, whose daughter Sarah has moved to Tripoli in a bid to find Nadia, will travel to Downing Street in the new year in the hope of convincing PM Gordon Brown to persuade the North African county’s leader, Colonel Gadaffi, to allow British police to assist in the hunt for her.

A new computer generated image has been created to show how Nadia could look today and may help in reuniting her with her mother.

She last saw her when she was taken from her George Street, Hindley home, by her father, Fawzi Abu Arghub on the pretext he was taking her to a party.

He is now in custody in Libya but still refuses to say where his daughter is.

Sarah, who is divorced from Nadia's father, left her civil service job, sold her house and left her friends and family behind to move closer to where she believes her daughter to be.

She has daily contact with her parents and in a message from Tripoli said: “I hope she won’t forget me. I hope she she knows I am here for her. I will get her back. I am not giving up without a fight.”

Sarah’s main concern is where Nadia is and who she is with. She said: “She has no mum or dad with her, he is in prison. What is she being told?

She has written to Colonel Gaddafi, begging for his help in her search.

Earlier in the year Leigh MP Andy Burnham flew to Tripoli to meet senior Libyan ministers and asked Mr Brown to raise the issue with Colonel Gaddafi.

He said: “The family are at their wits end. It is agony for them. I would not normally go to such lengths, but this involves child abduction and when a child is illegally taken off the streets of my constituency something has to be done.”

Mr and Mrs Taylor, who have regular meetings with Mr Burnham, said: “Neither of us has had a good night’s sleep for two years. The stress keeps building up.Nadia was a bright little girl who came fishing and caravanning with us and we miss all that.

“The day Sarah came and said she had to go to Tripoli it ripped our hearts out, but we have to be strong.

“We just wish we knew the amount of pressure that is being put on, so we are hoping to have a face to face meeting with the prime minister soon.”