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

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Ed Pratt SIngapore June 2017

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

Ed Pratt, that Daring Young Man on the Flying Unicycle after 2 years, 3 months and 6 days has reached Singapore .

Ed has crossed Asia (he reached Singapore on 20th June 2017) and is heading for Perth, Australia.

Ed is raising money and awareness for School in a Bag, which is an initiative run by the Piers Simon Appeal. School in a Bag provide aid, in the form of school bags, to poor, orphan, vulnerable and disaster affected children throughout the world. Each SchoolBag, costing £20 to manufacture, fill and distribute, is packed with equipment and resources that will enable a child to write, draw, colour, calculate, express themselves and above all learn.
Ed has surpassed his original fundraising target of £7,500 and has a new target for his one-wheeled mission now stands at £18,000. That is equivalent to 900 School Bags and an additional 900 children that will benefit from the resources these bags provide. Please consider donating.

Ed Pratt Facebook Page
Ed Pratt Unicycle Tour website
Ed Pratt School in a Bag Donation Page

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