Six-year-old Ollie Oldham, who lives in Buckden has Rothmund-Thompson syndrome, a very rare disorder that affects fewer than 300 people across the world, and includes skin problems, slow growth and small stature, learning and sensory difficulties and an increased risk of cancer. His parents said Ollie is like every other six-year-old hes lively and likes to get out and about but had been unable to join in with his family who are keen cyclists and like to ride around Buckden and Grafham Water. But now, thanks to the Pidley Mountain Rescue Team, Ollie can ride in a tag-along trike which can be attached to the back of one of his parents bicycles. The £570 trailer was paid for by the charity which specilises in providing equipment to improve the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities. The trailer has already made a big impact with the Oldham Family. Ollies mother Jo said: Its made a massive difference for us. Were a very active family and we like to be outdoors but we had never been able to go out as a family. Ollie is an active child and he doesnt like staying at home so its much better now. John Blundell, Pidley Mountain Rescue teams applications officer, said: Were delighted we could help Ollie and his family with the trike which is ideal for children with balance problems or additional support needs.