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Wisbech schoolboy with cerebral palsy completes 44km challenge to raise £1,000 for his school




A 12-year-old schoolboy has helped to raise more than £1,000 towards a specially adapted minibus for his school.

Theo Hall, who has cerebral palsy, has so far raised more than £1,032 of his £1,500 target, for Meadowgate Special School, in Wisbech, by walking and riding his recumbent bike 44km during his school holidays.

The school, which provides education and pastoral care for pupils with a wide range of learning difficulties, is fund-raising towards the cost of purchasing a new minibus which costs about £35,000 due to all the adaptions that are required.



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