GIFT hampers with thousands of items were delivered all the way to a hospital in the Midlands as part of a goodwill project.

Secret Hamper travelled to Birmingham Children’s Hospital to deliver 70 hampers to medical staff.

The hampers were sponsored by businesses, individuals and Birmingham City FC goalie David Stockdale.

Organiser Nigel Richardson teamed up with miracle boy Noah Wall, 7, from Cumbria who was born with just two per cent brain mass, hydrocephalus and Spina Bifida.

Noah defied the odds and astonished doctors with his incredible progress, growing his brain to 80 per cent mass by the age of three.

Nigel is now busy working on other children’s hospitals in Manchester, Liverpool and London where Noah will join him once 70 hampers are sponsored for each location.

Nigel also hopes to bring together businesses across Essex to thank the staff at Colchester, Basildon, Southend, Harlow and Romford hospitals which could see hampers delivered and shared to 15,000 staff members.

Mr Richardson said: “it’s a truly humbling experience.

“In a time of uncertainty and constant negative news, it’s great to be able to bring joy to so many people, especially those who dedicate their lives caring for others.

“I also love the fact that we’re able to support local producers by using their products in our hampers.”

Donators included Shaken Udder, Fairfield Farm Crisps, Retro Corn Popcorn, East End Foods and Mylk.

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