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Clacton: Young gamer packs up console for lent to boost charity
12:00pm Sunday 16th February 2014 in News
A YOUNG PlayStation enthusiast is set to give up gaming for lent to boost an autism charity.
Nathan Smith, a year seven student at Clacton County High School, will be testing his resolve to the limit by packing away his console for more than a month.
His two brothers both have autism and attend Market Fields School.
And self-confessed gaming addict Nathan is aiming to raise as much sponsorship cash as possible for the school and local charity Autism Anglia.
His PlayStation will stay off from March 5 until April 17.