Green fingers idea raises cash for little Bill

Pictured Back l-r Rea, Adelaide and Alaina Webb. Front l-r Mercy Webb and Hannamarie Lowe, along with Natasha Marshall, of Doncaster, are making Christmas wreaths to raise cash for two-year-old Bill Smith, who has a lung condition and needs special medical euipment. Picture: Marie Caley D4350MC

Pictured Back l-r Rea, Adelaide and Alaina Webb. Front l-r Mercy Webb and Hannamarie Lowe, along with Natasha Marshall, of Doncaster, are making Christmas wreaths to raise cash for two-year-old Bill Smith, who has a lung condition and needs special medical euipment. Picture: Marie Caley D4350MC

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A DONCASTER family is using a festive tradition to raise funds for a poorly youngster.

The Webb family and their friends are busy creating Christmas wreaths to sell to raise cash for two-year-old Bill Smith who has a series of serious heart and lung conditions.

The money from the handmade wreaths will go towards specialist medical equipment for Bill including a specially adapted wheelchair. Adelaide Webb senior, who is a founding member of the Romany Women’s Guild set up to raise money for children with life threatening illnesses and is involved in making the wreaths said: “We heard about Bill’s health problems and wanted to do whatever we could to help the family.

“The Romany Women’s Guild has nearly 9,000 members and we want to continue doing everything we can to raise money for children with life-threatening illnesses.”

The wreath range from £12 to £20 and are available in different sizes and colours.

To order a wreath or for more information call Natasha on 079799 14271 or 07867 883539 or visit the Romany Women’s Guild page on Facebook.