YOUNG Theo Jenkins gives a thumbs up in the toy truck he uses to deliver food for frontline workers.
Theo, three, drops off grub at an ambulance station and care home with parents Fran, 29, and Leam, 32, in his Home Bargains truck with a personalised plate.
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He got the toy lorry as a Christmas present and put a Home Bargains logo on it as his dad works there.
Mum Fran, from Llanelli, South Wales, said: “We got the idea because he said that he wanted to make people smile.
"We’re just so proud that he cheered people up, they really deserve it.”
She's an old sew and sew
ONE of the UK’s oldest volunteers is helping sew scrub bags for frontline NHS staff using a machine she bought for £1 in 1947.
Connie Diggle, 92, has spent an hour each evening making bags.
In two weeks, she has run up 65 on the vintage machine, which she used to make her wedding dress in 1949.
She sends her creations to the Scrubs Hub group which makes scrubs and other NHS necessities.
Connie, from Bolton, said: “I was delighted they asked me and even more so to be able to help.”
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