A ten year-old boy who is visiting all 20 Premier League football clubs around the country to raise funds for local Blood Bike Charities has arrived in Sheffield.
Caiden Rolph, from Peterborough, received a warm welcome from Sheffield Blood Bikers at the Sheffield United ground earlier today.
Caiden was wearing his specially made Blood Biker vest adorned with the badges of the Blood Bike charities he has met and supported.
Caiden’s mother Claire said, “It’s been wonderful to meet the Whiteknights today and for Caiden to go pitch-side at Bramall Lane.
“Caiden has Autism and is a huge football fan. It’s been a wonderful adventure for him to visit the Premier League clubs and to highlight the voluntary work of Blood Bikes around the country over the last few years.”
Caiden presented Whiteknights, South Yorkshire Manager, Roy Clark with a cheque for £150 which he had raised.
Pictured are Sheffield Blood Bikers from Whiteknights, Chris, Ann, Paul, Roy and Andrew alongside Caiden and Claire Rolph.