Blind champion

8th December 2000 at 00:00
A BLIND 12-year-old boy was this week crowned National Reading Champion in an annual presentation by the National Literacy Trust Adam Pritchard, a pupil at RNIB New Colege, Worcester,races through stories using Braille. He said reading put him in "a different world". He was presented with a certificate and pound;30 book tokens.

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