Louth girl nominated for national award
A Louth girl has been shortlisted for a national award by deafblind charity Sense.
Phoebe Perrow, a pupil at Birkbeck College, has been nominated for the category of “Young Carer” by her Mum, Angela, who is deafblind.
The 11-year-old helps her mum care for her brother and sister as well as helping out around the house.
She also helps her mum communicate with people who don't realise she is deaf.
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Angela said: "Phoebe is of huge support to me and her brothers and sisters and without her help I would really struggle. My hearing is bad without my hearing aid and my sight limited, so I often rely on Phoebe to help me communicate which she does brilliantly.”
Phoebe will find out if she’s won at a special ceremony in London on September 30 hosted by professional ballroom dancer, coach and star of “Strictly Come Dancing” Karen Hardy.
Phoebe said: “I’m really excited to have been nominated for Young Carer at the Sense Awards and can’t wait to go to London to find out if I’ve won. I’m happy to help my Mum with anything and it means a lot to me that she nominated me for the award.”