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Volunteers from Carmarthenshire have spent the past few days transforming a garden to ensure a disabled girl is no longer forced to stay indoors.
Frances Watkins from Cwmgwili had to watch from the sidelines as her family enjoyed their garden because it was unsuitable for her wheelchair.
But now thanks to a team of locals and the charity WellChild all that has change. Dean Thomas reports.
A mum from Cwmgwili says she's pleased with the work of volunteers from across Carmarthenshire to help transform her garden to make it wheelchair accessible for her daughter.
Marie Watkins says her daughter, Frances, who has cerebral palsy, can now go outside in her wheelchair to join her family and play with the other children.
Volunteers from Carmarthenshire have been helping to transform a young girl's garden to make it wheelchair accessible for her.
11-year-old Frances Watkins from Cwmgwili has quadriplegic cerebral palsy and epilepsy and used to sit indoors, watching her family enjoy their garden as it was not suitable for her wheelchair.
Last week, a team of local volunteers from the Department of Work and Pensions and the charity WellChild helped to give the garden a special makeover so that Frances can now join her brothers and sisters in her garden.