Children go dotty for charity

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Roman Baker, seven, got his classmates at Bilsthorpe Flying High Academy to help raise cash for the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB), an organisation that supports him, by going dotty for charity.

The partially sighted youngster explained: “The RNIB need money and then they can buy and make things for partially sighted people like me. I can’t see anything out of my left eye and only a little bit out of my right eye. I don’t let it stop me, I’m quite good at running around the playground!”

The spotty bonanza raised £185 wih a non uniform day and cake sale.