THE family of a little boy who "fought against all odds" for 11 years have paid tribute to him, following his death yesterday morning (January 11).

Sean-Paul Roberts-Woodford, from Milford Haven, has been described a "beautiful little boy who held a smile that filled his whole face".

The youngster, who attended Portfield School, had cerebral palsy, and could not walk, talk or hear, but "his smile said a thousand words" said aunt Genna Woodford.

"He was poorly, taken back and forth to the doctors.

"He was on his third lot of antibiotics but he couldn't fight anymore.

"Sean-Paul was just an amazing, strong little boy."

Genna is now trying to raise money to pay for his funeral.

More than £300 has already been raised in Sean-Paul's memory via crowdfunding website JustGiving.

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"This beautiful little boy has given up the fight and spread his wings, and is now flying high as a angel," said Genna.

"We are asking for help to give this beautiful little boy the send-off that this soldier deserves."