AFTER reading a Free Press story about little Joshua Bacon, who suffers problems with his eyesight, Sudbury police officers have bought the three-year-old some much-needed equipment.
And this week his mum, Jen, said she wanted to thank the police for their kindness from the bottom of her heart.
Joshua has a condition called congenital nystagmus, which affects one in 2,000 people, causing problems with their sight. He was diagnosed with the condition as a baby.
Now, thanks to the police, Joshua is the proud owner of a tilted desk, some extra large-print story books and a special desktop magnifier for reading, which was donated from the Shona Gill Fund at Sudbury Police Station.
Jen said: “They got in touch after seeing us in the Free Press and kindly bought Joshua some much-needed equipment.
“We would like to say thank you to them for the generous donations as it wouldn’t have been possible without the story.”
For the full story, see this week’s Free Press.