A MOTHER has had her faith in human nature restored after a Good Samaritan came to her aid.

Tahn Gueizelar, 45, of The Haven, Dovercourt, had a beach hut along the seafront which was enjoyed by her disabled son, Tyler Bird.

Ms Gueizelar said Tyler, 22, has William’s Syndrome and autism and can’t talk, walk or communicate.

However, he did enjoy days at the beach hut, especially enjoying the fresh air and sunshine in the summer.

Last year, Ms Gueizelar said she paid £2,000 for the beach hut to be renovated.

However, the work did not go to plan and after it was taken down, it was not been rebuilt.

Now, a kind well-wisher has offered to rebuilt a beach hut for the family after hearing about their plight.

Andy Hodgson, the owner of Tendring Garden Products, is to build the beach hut for Tyler.

Mum-of-three Ms Gueizelar said: “Last year we couldn’t go out and it was really hard for him to understand why we are not going to the beach hut anymore.

“We had the beach hut for two years and spent a lot of time saving up money to renovate it and install a ramp for Tyler.”

Mr Hodgson said: “I thought he’s a disabled boy for whom life has already been hard enough and he doesn’t deserve to be treated like this.”

Ms Gueizelar said she was shocked and overwhelmed at Mr Hodgson’s kind gesture to build a beach hut for them.

She added:“I’m really over the moon and it’s unbelievable.

“Andy has restored my faith in humanity and it’s all good in the end.”

She added: “I’m really thankful for all the support and help we’ve received and I’ve had such an overwhelming response from everyone.

“I’m also really grateful for my partner, John Munro, he has been a great support for me and my family.”

The family has invited people to join them at an event to unveil the new beach hut which will take place on March 1, at 11am at the cricket club, in West End Lane, Dovercourt.

She hopes a TV personality will attend the event.

There will also be a bouncy castle for children and a beach hut cake to celebrate.