BRAVE ETHAN RAISES CHARITY CASH
A brave Werrington schoolboy has raised £350 for charity by walking through Ferry Meadows blindfolded with only a long white cane to guide him. T we l ve - yea r- o l d Eth a n Lutterer took on the feat t o he l p Pe te r b o r o u g h Association for the Blind ( PAB), a charity that gives the visually impaired people of Peterborough and the surrounding areas the right support.
Ethan is PAB’s youngest vo l u nte e r, an d h e wa s accompanied and supported by his mother, Nina, guide dogs, PABmembersandmany others as he negotiated the course and listened to the “sound of leaves in the wind”
Ethanhasbeendiagnosed with Irlen’s syndrome, which affects the brain’s ability to process visual information and has to wear blue tinted glasses, but despite this he still took on the “blind walk” in order to raise money for a charity he believes is “worth the money.”
Also a member of the Scouts, Ethan received his fund raising badge through the blind walk. £ 350 was raised for PAB. If you would like to aid Ethan with his journey you can still donate onhis just giving page online: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.
Ethan, 12, at Ferry Meadows with his fellow supporters