Brave East Lancs cerebral palsy sufferer tackles charity walk

Lewis Baker-Vose gets the race off to a good start.

Lewis Baker-Vose gets the race off to a good start.

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A COURAGEOUS teenager with cerebral palsy put his difficulties aside to tackle a lengthy charity walk.

Lewis Baker-Vose, from Oswaldtwistle, took on the 10k Walk For Your Charity his wheelchair alongside carer, Colin, yesterday.

The 17-year-old was raising memory for the East Lancashire Hospice in memory of his grandmother, Ruth, who died six years ago.

Proud mum Sharon, of Highfield Close, Oswaldtwistle, said: “He can walk a little bit with a frame but the ground has to be level and someone always has to be with him.

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