A BOY of six has started a garden maintenance business — and vowed to become a millionaire.
Alfie Bradley, who has battled a severe speech disorder, set up Alfred’s Cutting Services during lockdown.
He already has three regular customers and several others have paid him for one-off work.
Alfie, who has a full-livery uniform, charges £10 a job — with an NHS staff discount.
Dad Anthony, 45, helps but the family says Alfie does all the work and it was all his idea.
He has already bought a new mower and jet washer with his wages.
Mum Amy Bradley, 34, said: "There's no stopping him. He's like a mini Richard Branson.
"He's always on his feet doing something so lockdown really restricted him from doing things outside of our home.
"Then he figured out a way of keeping moving as well as helping other people."
She added: "He charges £10 but if someone is elderly or an NHS worker he does it a bit cheaper."
Alfie said he wanted to become a millionaire so he could buy a garage for his dad and Uncle Lee "so we can all work together."
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