A team of volunteers have made one little boy's dream of playing in his own garden in the sunshine come true.
The group of 25 people worked over the weekend to transform Matthew Beresford's back garden into a safe and stimulating haven for the disabled five-year-old.
Matthew was born with a rare genetic disorder which has affected most of his major organs. He is partially sighted, deaf, and needs constant care.
His parents always planned to turn their unruly back yard into a proper garden for him and his one-year-old brother Joshua, but could never find the time to do it.
Then WellChild, a Cheltenham-based charity, which helps support sick children and their families, contacted the family and offered to send a team to give the garden a complete make- over.
Matthew's mother Laura and his stepfather, Kevin Smith, said they were delighted with the new sensory garden and were deeply grateful to employees from the children's clothing store Adams, who gave up their free time to help their son.