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Chatteris teen pays it forward to help foodbank after online 'whip round'




A caring teenager who inspired an online 'whip round' for his voluntary work during lockdown has paid some of his good fortune forward.

Joseph Beer, 15, was featured on the front page of the Citizen last month after news of his work around Chatteris cleaning signs, weeding and tidying paths and pavements hit social media.

Alee Pardon launched an online appeal to raise cash as a thank-you for Joe, who has both autism and ADHD. As a result of all the news coverage the appeal initially raised around a £1,000 for the teen.



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