A little boy whose hands were amputated when he was just three years old, has ridden a bike for the first time, after he was given a new bionic hand.
10-year-old Alan Gifford was born with a complex heart condition, and lost both his hands after contracting a rare infection after major heart surgery.
Since then Alan has been working with a prosthetics company in Scotland to create a bionic hand, which would allow Alan to do things like ride a bike and hold a fork for the first time - things he's not previously been able to do.
Now Alan, from Swansea, can do all the things that other children his age might take for granted, like ride his bike, use a knife and fork, and brush his teeth - all thanks to a £28,000 bionic hand.
The family is still raising money to fund a second hand so Alan can have even more independence.