A Little Bit about Me

About Me

In 1993 I was a back seat passenger in a car when, unfortunately, the driver lost the road and crashed. I don’t recall the accident. I woke up from a coma a month later in The National Spinal Injuries Centre in Stoke Mandeville. I was 17, paralysed, and wheelchair-dependent. It felt like my life had to start again, learning how to look after myself, and basically live!
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2.6 for 26 BEJSC Challenge.

The first week completed. I have finished the first week of my 2.6 miles for 26 days challenge raising money for Bourne End Junior Sports Club. The 2.6-mile daily target …

BEJSC 2.6 Challenge

Bourne End Junior Sports Club has, like many organisation,  been affected financially by the pandemic. As we come out of local lockdown, I decided to raise some vital funds to …

Time to get out there.

Wheelchair Skills Now Available

Vaccine two administered That’s it, well, for now at least anyway. I’ve had my skin pierced for my second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. Again at Adams Park, the home …