BRITAIN'S youngest blacksmiths are pulling out all the stops for their local hospice by creating their latest masterpiece.

Ollie and Harvey Roberts, cousins who attend Ysgol Rhosnesni in Wrexham, set up their metal design business during the first lockdown with the help of their grandfather, Tony Roberts - a former blacksmith at Brymbo Steelworks.

They have been inundated with orders as their business goes from strength to strength - and have been tasked with making sculptures to go on display in their local area, and at the British Ironwork Museum.

And now, the 14 and 13-year-olds have created another sculpture to raise money for Nightingale House Hospice - which provides a free service for local people.

Their design is a stunning combination of eight pink, red and white steel roses with a symbolic robin made from a spoon and fork, tied together with a pink metal ribbon.

For every donation made via the boys’ Just Giving page, participants will be entered into a draw to win the artwork.

Already the boys’ £200 target has been smashed and is currently over £500, which will be gifted to the hospice towards patient care. The draw will take place on Facebook live on Friday, February 25.

Ollie and Harvey said: “We have chosen to raise money for Nightingale House because the hospice has cared for family members of ours in the past, and the care and support they give is incredible.”

Granddad Tony Roberts said: “I am so proud of my grandsons Ollie and Harvey who have designed and created this one off, bespoke piece to raise funds for Nightingale House.

"It makes me so proud seeing how far they have come from making keyholders and bottle holders, to unique designs like this. In a few weeks’ time someone will be lucky enough to take these 'Nightingale' roses home.”

If you would like to be in with a chance of winning this bespoke, steel artwork then you can head over to Ollie and Harvey Roberts’ JustGiving page at

The artwork is currently on display in the hospice’s Caffi Cwtch on Chester Road.