A mother is using photography to show a different side to her eight-year-old son whose rare condition means that she has never seen him smile.
Ceridwen Hughes from Flintshire has set up her own photography company called Same But Different Community Interest Company with the help of lottery funding.
Her son, Isaac, has lived with Moebius Syndrome, an extremely rare condition that affects muscles that control facial expressions and eye-control, from birth.
She's one of 66 community projects across Wales receiving a share of £250,951 under the latest round of the Big Lottery Fund’s Awards for All small-grants programme.
With the help of the lottery funding, £5,000 will be used to raise awareness of rare diseases and syndromes.
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