CARING Luke Begbie has just one Christmas wish.
The selfless 13-year-old would just like some special time with his family over Christmas and - like most lads - find a gift or two under the tree.
And the Examiner, which has teamed up with Huddersfield Pendragon Round Table, has been able to play Santa and grant a wish for this deserving teenager as part of our Christmas Wish Campaign.
Luke, who has learning difficulties, lives in Slaithwaite with his family including his seven-year-old brother James, who is severely disabled and blind and needs 24-hour care.
Proud mum Jackie said: "I feel really sorry for Luke.
"I spend a lot of time with James and because of this he gets left out.
"Luke never complains. He's really understanding with his brother.
"The best gift of all would be for him to get some special attention for himself."
Miss Begbie said Luke had spent the first nine months of his life in hospital after being born at just 27 weeks weighing 2lb 3oz.
He had several operations, but is growing up into a happy young man, despite being unable to do many things his schoolfriends can do.
He now attends Lydgate school, New Mill and loves anything to do with skateboarding and watching television.
He received a Playstation 2 console, games, CDs and a hooded top, along with lots of special attention from his mum and her partner Jeremy Duncan.
Huddersfield Pendragon Round Table and the Examiner were so touched by Jackie's story that we decided he deserved a special treat.
Over the next couple of weeks we will be publishing stories about other children and adults who have suffered hardship, illness or bad luck in the past year or for many years of their lives.
All have been nominated by Examiner readers. We're hoping to make their Christmas extra special this year as part of the campaign.