A young trio of brothers from Herefordshire have raised funds for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity by selling tomato plants outside their house.
Enterprising four-year-old Daniel, along with brothers Jacob aged two and Isaac, one, set up a stall at the end of the driveway at their family home in Leintwardine, Herefordshire with some potted tomato plants to grow a small pot of money for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. The youngsters raised £49 for the local lifesaving cause over the space of a week, all while practicing the Government directive of social distancing.
Bethany Nash, the trio’s mother said: “I’m super proud of my young sons for choosing to raise money for a local lifesaving charity like Midlands Air Ambulance.”
Jo Bailey, events and area fundraising manager for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity, adds: “Its thanks to the generosity of local families like little Daniel, Jacob and Isaac in the communities we serve and their kind donations that we are able to continue funding our rapid response, pre-hospital emergency service.”