FIVE-YEAR-OLD Bradley Thomas is flying high after winning the Nightingale House Balloon Race.
Bradley's balloon was spotted 150 miles away in Hull and he was congratulated by community fundraiser Margaret Hollings, when she visited him at St Giles School to hand over his prize.
The balloons were launched at the hospice's summer fair in Bellevue Park on June 17 and raised about £400 for the hospice.
Bradley was presented with a Nightingale House supporters badge and a £10 voucher for Tesco, which he will spend on himself and his twin brother Harry, who also entered the race.
Margaret said: 'The Hospice Balloon Race was a huge success on the day and raised a lot of money.
'There are a number of people we owe the success of the race to which include Air Products Acrefair for their sponsorship of the race, the Air Cadets of Wrexham for launching the balloons and also all the schools in the area, including St Giles Wrexham, for continuously supporting our appeal.'