Max Woosey, an 11-year-old from Braunton in Devon has been raising money and awareness for vulnerable children by boycotting his bed and sleeping in a tent for over a year.
This week the young adventurer met Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Downing Street dog Dilyn after pitching his tent in the garden of Number 10.
Max’s outdoor adventure is part of the “Boycott Your Bed” campaign for Action for Children in support of vulnerable youths in the UK.
However, it all started on March 28 last year, when Max decided to camp in his garden to raise money for a hospice which looked after a family friend, Rick Abbott.
Despite sleeping under the stars for over 400 nights and having now raised over £500,000, Max says he’s not done yet.
Following Friday’s meeting, the Prime Minister said:
To find out more about Boycott Your Bed click here.
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