Maghull six-year-old with strength of newborn baby raising £17,000 to replace broken wheelchair

Maghull six-year-old with strength of newborn baby raising £17,000 to replace broken wheelchair

Liverpool Echo | November 17, 2011 | By Liza Williams

A MERSEYSIDE schoolboy with the strength of a newborn baby needs a new wheelchair after the wheels fell off his old one.

Six-year-old Ryan Noble, from Maghull, has spinal muscular atrophy, a degenerative disease.

His family are now trying to raise £17,000 for a specialist chair to help him get about with the help of the Caudwell Children national charity.

The Balder powered wheelchair is not available on the NHS but would transform his life, according to his mum Suzanne.

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