A BRAVE little boy who is always smiling has inspired a charity vehicle show in Hale Village.

Joshy’s Berry, five, has a very rare brain disorder, polymicrogyria and epilepsy but never lets it get him down.

Ian Trimble, 49, of Crabtree Close, whose daughter Emma’s partner, Ian, from Upton Rocks, is Joshy’s uncle, said:” Joshy is a lovely lad. I wanted to do something to help.”

Train driver Ian has invited classic and vintage cars and scooters to the Childe of Hale pub on Sunday from 12 noon to 4pm.

Joshy’s mum Louise, 24, said: “At 16 weeks into pregnancy something to do with his genes went wrong and his brain never formed as it should.

“We want to raise awareness of Joshy’s condition. Hopefully they can find a cure one day.

“He can’t walk very far and has minimum use of his hands but he doesn’t let anything get him down.

“He is a bubbly little boy.”

Money raised will be shared between Polymicrogyria Family Support and an epilepsy charity.