Lichfield teenager carries out acts of kindness to help lonely

A teenager with learning and physical difficulties has carried out random acts of kindness to raise money to buy disadvantaged children communication devices.

Sebbie Hall, 17, from Whittington, Staffordshire, started in March when his school closed due to coronavirus.

He has raised more than £3,500 for charities who support young people.

His acts of kindness included washing cars, watering gardens and handing out Nice biscuits to strangers.

His Mom said he used his pocket money to take a pot of money to car parks in Lichfield for people who may have forgotten their change and did the same at a laundrette, leaving the owner “in tears”.