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Lincoln Boy with Cerebral Palsy “Thrilled” after Stranger Donates £32k to Transform his Life

Lincoln Boy with Cerebral Palsy “Thrilled” after Stranger Donates £32k to Transform his Life

By Caroline W.

A 16-year-old Lincoln boy who has battled with a debilitating neurological condition all his life will get a life changing piece of equipment thanks to a £32,000 donation from a complete stranger.

Owen Picker had been appealing for help to buy a hi-tech wheelchair that he said would change his life by helping him to stand up and get about more easily.

Owen was born at 29 weeks and was diagnosed with Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy when he was 18 months old.

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