A MONMOUTHSHIRE schoolboy has launched his latest fundraising venture.

Noah Herniman - already a veteran charity campaigner at the age of 12 - is planning collect 400 Easter eggs for the young people who use Women’s Aid, in Newport, and homeless organisation Llamau.

“I think everyone should have the chance to enjoy themselves,” said the resident of Bulwark, when asked about his motivations.

“People deserve a good life.”

Last year, Noah donated 223 Easter eggs to Newport Women's Aid.

His other charity work includes donating knitwear to local homeless charities, and raising £3,000 for a children's centre which was threatened by cuts to its funding.

His mum, Shelley, said she felt “humbled” by her son’s charity work.

“He’s a star,” she said.

For this year's campaign, Noah has already collected 100 eggs, and he is now calling on his schoolmates and the wider community to help him reach his goal by April 9.

If you would like to contribute to Noah’s campaign, contact Mrs Herniman by emailing shelley.herniman@sky.com