He has lived all of his life with a condition which has affected his mobility. But a caring young boy is preparing to push through his adversity to make sure that those less fortunate will have a smile on their face on Christmas Day.
Eight-year-old Toby Rowlands was born with dyspraxia, which was first detected by his family when he turned three and they spotted that he ran differently during a school sports day event. The condition affects physical coordination and causes a child to perform less well than expected in daily activities. For Toby, a pupil at Tre Uchaf Primary School, it means he tires after walking long distances.