Reagan will use his pedal power to help raise funds for Eczema Outreach Support as part of the Walk 5 to Help Kids with Eczema Thrive campaign.

Reagan (6) will do five laps of his local football pitch on May 21st as part of the fundraising challenge.

Mum Kellyanne said: “Reagan loves football and being on his bike but his eczema means it can be hard for him. When he gets too hot and sticky, his eczema can flare and he can become very uncomfortable.

“He wanted to get involved in the fundraiser and raise money for Eczema Outreach Support so more kids with eczema can get help and support.”

If you haven’t signed up for Walk 5 to Help Kids with Eczema Thrive, there is still time to do so. You can chose a challenge that suits you or your child, whether that be a five mile walk or hopping around the garden five times. You can set your challenge for any date in May and by creating a page on Just Giving,  it is easy to share on social media so family an friends can sponsor you.

EOS CEO Christine Roxburgh said: ” We have been so pleased with the response to Walk 5 and can’t wait to see the photos of our children and young people members having fun and raising money for EOS.