The family of a pensioner are hoping people from across the UK will help make her birthday celebrations extra special.
Wyn Davison will be turning 102 on July 22 and is unable to get out of her home in Washington, Tyne and Wear, very often.
Nephew Ron Clark came up with the idea of asking people from far and wide to send her birthday cards and wishes just like they did at Christmas where over 400 festive cards were sent.
Ron told the Sunderland Echo: “It was amazing for her to get 400 Christmas cards.
“She was thrilled with it. It was amazing for her to get 400 Christmas cards Ron Clark “I opened them for her and read them out to her and she really loved it.
“In fact, one of her old neighbours, who lives in Ashbrooke, saw the appeal and came to visit her. They hadn’t seen each other for about 50 years.”
Ron said Wyn is frail and struggles to walk, but it still alert and would be thrilled with the cards and well wishes. At the moment she is in hospital recovering from an infection, but is hoping to be back in her Washington home soon.
He contacted the Tele and asked for people from the local area to send down a well-wishing card.
Ron said during her life Wyn has done so much for others, that she deserves the cards.
Wyn served with the Women’s Royal Air Force and after retiring she delivered meals on wheels to elderly people, many of whom were younger than her, until she was 85.
Anyone who would like to send a card or letter to Wyn should address it, Wyn Davison, C/O Ron Clark, 98 Rowan Avenue, Washington, NE38 9AG.
Ron will then take the cards to his aunt’s home for her and read out the messages.