A FLINTSHIRE foundation is appealing for drawings and messages of support for a terminally ill child who has spent 10 weeks self-isolating with his mum.

Seven-year-old Mason Scott, from Manchester, has Stage 4 Neuroblastoma - a rare form of cancer that affects children.

And due to being at high risk to coronavirus, he has spent the last 10 weeks in self-isolation with his mum, unable to see any other family or friends.

Deeside-based Amelia-Mae Foundation (AMF) is therefore looking for people to write loving messages and draw or paint pictures which will be sent to Mason.

The Foundation was set up in memory of Amelia-Mae Davies, from Garden City, who tragically died aged two from Stage 4 Neuroblastoma in 2013.

Angie Davies, Amelia-Mae's mum who founded the AMF, said: "Beautiful little Mason is very poorly right now with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma - which we are devastated to say can not be cured and he is having such a hard time right now.

"Because of the Covid-19 lockdown shielding, Mason and his mummy have been stuck at home alone without seeing a single person for the last ten weeks.

"We at the AMF can’t even begin to imagine having to go through all this alone with no support network and not seeing family or friends."

Angie added: "So we thought we could do something to show Mason and his mummy that they do have support.

"And to do this we thought maybe some of our supporters could write some loving messages and our youngest supporters could paint or draw Mason a picture of maybe some rainbows to symbolise better days ahead."

"Mason is also autistic so all the bright colours would be wonderful to put up on the walls around his bed."

If you would like to show your support please send pictures or letters to Amelia Mae Foundation at 15 Glan y Fferi, Welsh Road, Garden City, Deeside, Flintshire, CH5 2RW.