BRITAIN'S youngest blacksmiths have launched their latest fundraiser to help those in need. 

Ollie and Harvey Roberts, both aged 14, received national attention after news of what was born out of lockdown boredom turned into to them starting their own blacksmith business.

The cousins, from Borras, appeared on national news and televsion shows due to their exploits - and have used their platform to raise money for good causes. 

In March, they launched a fundraiser for the humanitarian aid mission to Ukraine after the Russian invasion by making and selling the sun flower - the country's national flower.

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And now, following devastating flooding which has hit Pakistan in recent weeks - the boys are now raising money for aid efforts there. 

The floods have seen more than 1,300 people killed, including hundreds of children - with around two thirds of the country left underwater.

Ollie and Harvey are making the national flower of Pakistan, the jasmine flower.

For each flower they sell, they are donating £5 via Red Cross to help the people of Pakistan.

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The Leader: An example of one of the jasmine flower sculptures.An example of one of the jasmine flower sculptures. (Image: Newsquest)