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Norwich man's prayer marathon to help blind charity

PUBLISHED: 07:29 08 April 2010 | UPDATED: 09:29 02 July 2010

Kim Briscoe

A visually-impaired man will be holding a 12-hour prayer marathon to celebrate his 90th birthday and help the charity which has been helping him cope with his sight loss.

A visually-impaired man will be holding a 12-hour prayer marathon to celebrate his 90th birthday and help the charity which has been helping him cope with his sight loss.

Norwich man Eric Saunders has chosen to support the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind (NNAB), the local charity for adults and children in Norfolk with poor sight.

He said: “I, being severely sighted am so wonderfully looked after by the NNAB.”

Mr Saunders is also taking requests for prayers. If you would like to sponsor Mr Saunders, or have a prayer request, please contact the NNAB on 01603 629558.


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