Lewis, six, does his bit for services at Christmas
A LITTLE boy who dreams of growing up to be a police officer spent his Christmas Day morning handing out treats to the emergency services with his little sister.
For the past two years, Lewis Anderson, six, has visited police and fire stations and hospitals on Christmas Day to hand out cards and chocolates to emergency workers.
And this year the youngster, who according to dad Paul hopes to grow up to become an officer, got his little sister Georgia, three, to join in with his brilliant new tradition.
Before they sat down to Christmas dinner, the children spent several hours visiting different places around Manchester.
At Philips Park fire station, they were treated to a tour of the station’s new fire engine.
They also went on to Gorton police station, where officers let them sit in the patrol cars, before heading over to Manchester Royal Infirmary, where they met paramedics before handing out treats in children’s A&E.
Dad Paul said: “Lewis has got a proper love for the police, if ever he sees an officer he always has to cross the street to talk to them.
“I’m so proud of him. It’s all come from him.”