Disabled mum tests trolley she inspired
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Disabled mum tests new shopping trolley she inspired

A disabled mum-of-three has tested a new shopping trolley which she inspired after struggling with her children in the supermarket.

Elizabeth Gwilliam currently has to get someone to put her five-month-old baby Rafe in the trolley and push it, while she follows behind in her wheelchair.

She got so cross she tweeted about it and now manufacturer Wanzl, working with Sainsbury's, has come up with a new design.

Ms Gwilliam, from Brixham, Devon, said the new trolley "felt really good".

  • 03 Feb 2017