Camera repair volunteer raises £120k for charity

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A photography enthusiast from Oxford who repairs and sells old cameras has helped raise more than £120,000 for charity.

Milo Shott started repairing cameras as a hobby and now spends much of his spare at Oxfam, where he joined as a volunteer 11 years ago.

Working from home, the former physicist reconditions the photographic equipment which is sold at four sales a year in the charity's Oxfordshire shops.

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