A sixteen-year-old boy has been granted his wish to ride a horse with his friends, thanks to an innovative new helmet designed at a centre in Swansea.
Tommy Lee needed to have a specially adapted helmet because of a medical condition.
Now, after more than a year of work... one's been specially made for him.
Making a helmet that is suitable and safe is a complex task, so the Cerebra charity drew upon the expertise of designers at its centre at the University of Wales Trinity St David in Swansea.
The team, who specialise in everyday equipment for children with disabilities, made a 3D scan of Tommy Lee's head shape.
The helmet's been tested to the very highest standards.
Watch the report from Mike Griffiths below: