Charitable Lincoln pub donates disability buggy to girl with severe autism

A mum has praised a Lincoln pub after its charity donated a disability buggy to her daughter, who is severely autistic.

Holly Walker has thanked the Lincoln Green Community Fund at Lincoln Green pub for donating a disability buggy to her daughter Aurora, who is severely autistic, has a chromosome condition and chronic asthma.

Aurora, 5, has a number of disabilities, she is non-verbal and has no sense of danger – making it difficult to take her outdoors safely without a buggy.

The specialised buggy donated by Lincoln Green Community Fund on Thursday, June 22, will last until Aurora until she is around 10-years-old and will enable her to enjoy a number of activities whilst remaining safe.

Holly said: “I am absolutely amazed and so thankful to the wonderful charity at the Lincoln Green pub.

“Aurora is severely autistic, she has a chromosome condition and chronic asthma. Amongst her many difficulties, she’s non verbal, has no sense of danger and this makes it extremely difficult to take her outside safely without a buggy and ours was, frankly, dead.

“A specialist buggy has become absolutely crucial to ensure she can enjoy lots of activities whilst remaining safe.

“The team at Lincoln Green have gone above and beyond and I cannot tell you how truly grateful I am to them.

“But they didn’t just buy the buggy. They’ve bought the sun hood, the footmoof and the raincover. Did they stop there? Nope! They’ve also showered Aurora in toys and in love.

“I didn’t expect their level of generosity and I am blown away by it.”