W & P Lions have donated a specialised buggy to young Lily Grace Cleaver who is on the Autism Spectrum and has special needs which among many includes the fact that she is hypermobile which means she doesn’t like to walk far and can’t walk far, she has no concept of roads danger etc. The buggy means that the family can now go ‘off road’. The Special Tomato Jogger is a versatile pushchair for children with special needs. It has a range of features designed to provide a comfortable experience for children who deserve to have the most advanced support while on the go.
Lions club members with Lily Grace in her buggy with Dad, Mark Cleaver, Marie Coffin and, older sister Eva Rose.
Marie Coffin, said ‘thank you to the Lions for the buggy, it had made a huge difference to Lily Grace because she appears more relaxed and happier in this buggy. As a family we can go to more places outdoors and she loves the fact it can go faster’.
The Lions were able to fund this project from their various fundraising events throughout the year and the generosity of their sponsors.