A kind-hearted Sunderland girl who has a rare condition leaving her struggling to walk raised more than £700 to buy Easter eggs for her local community.
Eva Robinson, seven, from Washington, was diagnosed with Perthes disease, a rare childhood condition that affects the hips, when she was six.
The condition causes Eva to have a limp and restricts her range of movement meaning she spends most of her time in a wheelchair.
But she hasn’t let her condition stand in the way of her helping others and took on her own ‘Captain Tom Moore challenge’ by doing laps around a garden in her wheelchair.
On March 20, determined Eva did laps around the Willow Brook residential complex garden to raise £80 to buy Easter eggs as part of local community group the Little Onion Club’s Easter egg drive.
Incredibly, Eva raised more than £700 in total and has also donated eggs to several hospitals and schools across the region including Newcastle’s Royal Victoria Infirmary.
Donations also flooded in through local companies including Sparkle Cakes, JK Bouncy Castles, Guardians Of The North and Suzie Jo…