A WIRRAL charity supporting children with cerebral palsy needs your help to highlight the contribution made by its volunteers.

Cerebral palsy charity Stick 'n' Step is using Volunteers Week - running from June 1-7 - to shine a light on work and recruit new people to join the team for the future too.

The varied roles that are available at the charity are fundraising and events, reception and admin support, classroom support, gardening and general handy person.

From taking part in charity collections, planting and weeding in the gardens of the two centres in Wallasey and Runcorn, to helping out in the classroom during conductive education sessions, there are numerous opportunities to get involved and make a difference to the lives of over 100 children from across the region.

Jenny Snell, head of fundraising at Stick 'n' Step, said: "Our team of volunteers are absolutely amazing – we could not possibly achieve the outcomes we do for our children without the vital role they play.

"The past few months have really highlighted the impact volunteers can have on all of our lives.

"During lockdown we are planning ahead and can’t wait to welcome new volunteers to our Stick 'n' Step family.

"I'd like to encourage anyone who is interested to get in touch to find out how they can help us once life returns to something a little more normal."

Anyone interested in finding out more about volunteering at Stick ‘n’ Step should contact Jenny Snell on 0151 638 0888 or by emailing jenny@sticknstep.org.