#Chances4Children: Boy, 11, swaps tent for London Zoo to support disadvantaged children

Fiona Simpson
Monday, July 5, 2021

An 11-year-old boy who has spent 459 nights sleeping in a tent to raise funds for charity has swapped his garden for a night at London Zoo.

Max Woosey began sleeping in a tent to support his local hospice. Picture: Action for Children
Max Woosey began sleeping in a tent to support his local hospice. Picture: Action for Children

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