The aunt of a schoolboy from Lincolnshire who won a life-size Lego model of himself after raising thousands of pounds for charity says she is very proud of him. Tamara Coville-Lowndes from Wainfleet encouraged 10-year-old Jack to organise a fun run in memory of his mum who died when he was three.
A fundraising schoolboy has been described as an ultimate hero on the day he was invited to Legoland in Windsor to receive his prize after winning a nationwide search for a true-life hero. Emma Owen says it was great to welcome him to Legoland where his life-size statue will remain for a month.
The aunt of a Lincolnshire schoolboy who has won a national prize after fundraising in memory of his late mother says she would be very proud of him. Tamara Covill-Lowndes' sister Steph died from cancer when her son Jack was only three. It was she who nominated him for a true-life hero award.
The head of community fundraising at St Barnabas Hospice in Lincoln says the efforts of an award winning schoolboy from Wainfleet will pay for a patient to have round the clock care there for a week. Chris Fox has been paying tribute to Jack Covill-Lowndes who raised £3400 with a school fun run.
Fundraising schoolboy Jack Covill-Lowndes says he decided to fundraise for the hospice which supported his mum through her cancer battle last year. His aunt suggested he organise a whole school fun run which surpassed his target of £300 ten times.
The Lego sculptor responsible for creating a life-size model of a Lincolnshire schoolboy says it is a difficult process. Ed Diment from Bright Bricks met 10 year old Jack Covill-Lowndes at the Bright Bricks workshop several weeks ago. He says the head is the trickiest part.
A national magazine that has named a Lincolnshire schoolboy as its true-life hero says he is both courageous and brave. Alex Noone from Chat says 10 year old Jack Covill-Lowndes impressed them with the fundraising he carried out in memory of his mother who died from cancer seven years ago.
A young schoolboy from Lincolnshire has been honoured for the thousands of pounds he has raised for charity in memory of his mum. Jack Covill-Lowndes was just three when he lost his mum to cancer.
He got all his friends involved in a whole school fun run to help with the fundraising and has now won an award for his efforts, including a life-size model of himself made out of Lego which was presented to him earlier. James Webster was there.
A schoolboy from Lincolnshire who has been to see a lifesize Lego model of himself that he has won in a competition says he is speechless. Jack Covill-Lowndes from Wainfleet in Lincolnshire travelled to Legoland in Windsor as part of his prize in Chat magazine's search for a true-life hero.
A 10-year-old boy who has raised thousands of pounds for charity since he lost his mother to cancer has been immortalised in Lego.
Jack Covill-Lowndes, from Wainfleet, Lincolnshire, was nominated by his family in a competition run by Legoland to find a true life hero.
The Magdalen School pupil has raised thousands of pounds for charity since his mother Steph lost her fight with cancer in 2006.
Jack beat thousands of other nominees to be named Lego City Hero and today came face-to-face with a life-size Lego version of himself at Legoland in Windsor.
Around 35,000 of the famous Lego bricks were used to build the statue of 4ft 6ins Jack.