May 10, 2018 @ 2 pm

Chris Clarke

Chris, a Science and Maths teacher, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis seven years ago but had first experienced the symptoms when he was 17. As a young man he was involved with rugby at a high level but had to give up playing when he was 21….

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May 10, 2018 @ 2 pm

Paul Clark

From an early age Paul has always loved aviation and would have loved a career in the RAF. Unfortunately he was born with a dislocated hip and despite having 22 operations he had his left leg amputated in 2016. He tries not to let the amputation get…

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May 9, 2018 @ 3 pm

Paul May Copy

“Throughout school I was subjected to constant bullying and name-calling. This started me on the road to doubting myself and feeling uncomfortable around people” Paul has suffered from an invisible disability since birth, haemophilia. This results in him bleeding longer after an injury and easy bruising; as…

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January 30, 2017 @ 2 pm

Paul May

“Throughout school I was subjected to constant bullying and name-calling. This started me on the road to doubting myself and feeling uncomfortable around people” Paul has suffered from an invisible disability since birth, haemophilia. This results in him bleeding longer after an injury and easy bruising; as…

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