There was excitement for Phil this winter when he recently enjoyed ringside seats at a wrestling match, courtesy of fighter ‘Mean Tommy Dean’.
Phil, who is supported at Prince Llewellyn, fell in love with wrestling after learning about it from his support worker Warren.
The two men got talking about the sport after Warren revealed he was a performer in Welsh wrestling and went by the stage name ‘Mean Tommy Dean’.
Phil was enthralled by his stories and started to learn more about the sport, sparking a new hobby.
After seeing Phil's passion for wrestling, Warren decided to give him a VIP experience.
According to Vocational Service Manager Lucy Williams, Warren’s kind gesture meant the world to Phil.
Lucy said: “Phil was lucky enough to go to a fight night at Blackwood Miners Institute as Warren's VIP.
“Warren arranged for Phil to have ringside seats and took him backstage to meet the other wrestlers and get photos signed after the event.
“It was a thrilling experience for Phil, who loved every minute of the night and couldn’t believe his luck to get such a treat.”
During his time at Prince Llewellyn, Lucy said Warren has proved to be a great addition to the team.
She added: “Warren has shown nothing but ambition and drive since he took the role.
“His hard work and dedication make a big difference in the lives of the people he supports.
“Warren has already started planning to bring other people we support at Values In Care to the wrestling.
“They are really looking forward to seeing ‘Mean Tommy Dean’ in action!”