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The 'Guardian Angel' Six-Year-Old Who Helps Care For His Poorly Mum And Came To The Rescue During Coronavirus Battle

Thursday 3 December 2020

 

From UK news outlet CheshireLive:

 

Oliver Ridley, 6, and his mum, Millie
Oliver Ridley, 6, and his mum, Millie.
(Image: Millie Ridley)
 

The 'guardian angel' six-year-old who helps care for his poorly mum and came to the rescue during coronavirus battle

"From whenever he could start to recognise that his mummy was poorly, he's always been an absolute angel"

By David Houston
29 November 2020
© 2020 a Reach plc subsidiary.

An 'amazing' 6-year-old has been nominated as a CheshireLive COVID Hero for the help he gives his mum.

Oliver Ridley from Ellesmere Port was nominated as a COVID Hero by his mum, Millie Ridley, and his nanny, Sandra, for the help he gives Millie, who suffers with Fibromyalgia, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Arthritis and other conditions.

As well as helping his mum with her conditions, Oliver also 'took it in his stride' when an ambulance was called for his mum after she was poorly with coronavirus. He had also tested positive, but did not show any symptoms.

The nomination comes after CheshireLive teamed up with Amazon to recognise the Covid Heroes in our communities to celebrate the people who stepped up when we needed them most.

Now, Millie and his nanny, Sandra, have spoken to CheshireLive to recognise Oliver, who has been 'absolute angel' for all the help he's given his mum.

 

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