Where's Ed Pratt @?...... Melbourne

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Ed Pratt, World Unicyclist par excellence, has made it to Melbourne...... G'day Cobber.

He covered over 300 miles last week, and for that mater 2400 miles in the last 70 days, you beauty, ace, bonzer, ripper, fair dinkum; don't drink with the flies mates and have an amber fluid on us.

Ed gave an impromptu talk at a primary school and got a new saddle from Unicycle.com Australia. He will soon be on the way to Sydney. The intrepid unicyclist has a flight booked on the 29th September..... Go Aussie Go...err sorry .... See yer dreckly...

Check out Ed on his website and Facebook page.

Ed is of course raising money for the School in a Bag Charity. School in a Bag is a simple solution created to help poor, orphan, vulnerable and disaster affected children throughout the world. A typical SchoolBag contains: 10 pencils, 10 biro pens, 12 colouring pencils, a maths set, a ruler, a pencil case, 3 exercise books (line/square/plain) a water bottle and a lunch box containing a spork. These resources enable a child to write, draw, colour, calculate, express themselves and, above all, learn. Each SchoolBag delivered to a child will give hope to his or her future and has the potential to transform their life.

The concept is transparent. You see exactly where your money goes. Donating £15 will deliver one SchoolBag to one child. If you would like to donate, please head on over to to Virgin Money Giving page and help Ed send 500 SchoolBags to children throughout the world.

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