Shopkeeper comes to the aid of youngster with spina bifida

Shopkeeper Nirmal Singh has come to the aid of a young lad with spina bifida. Pictured, from left, Stacey Smalley, from Caudwells Children, Emma Bigland, Nirmal Singh, Sunny Singh, Manny Singh, and Oscar Bigland.

Shopkeeper Nirmal Singh has come to the aid of a young lad with spina bifida. Pictured, from left, Stacey Smalley, from Caudwells Children, Emma Bigland, Nirmal Singh, Sunny Singh, Manny Singh, and Oscar Bigland.

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The people of Spilsby and Alford have shown that community spirit is alive and well as they go that extra mile to help a little boy in need and a charity that does so much to help children.

Shopkeeper Nirmal Singh was the first to respond to the plight of five-year-old Oscar Bigland who needed £2,000 for a new car seat to make journeys as comfortable as possible because he has spina bifida.

Mr Singh immediately dipped into his own pocket and offered £1,000 to Oscar’s family and the people of Alford clubbed together to ensure that this little member of their neighbourhood would get the rest needed to buy this fundamental piece of equipment that will add so much to his quality of life.

 

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