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Stuart Robinson

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Total raised so far £0.00

Total plus Gift Aid: £0.00

Raised offline: £0.00

Story

[p]Without a doubt having the support of numerous charities, have had a major impact on the Rehab and lives of Stuart and his family. It is rightly so we should show our support by raising awareness and funds for these charities. This page isnt all about Stuart and his horrific injuries, it is about showing [b]EVERYONE[/b] how being Less Abled [b][span=text-decoration: underline;]DOES NOT[/span][/b] mean you cant do things that an Abled person can. This is why Stuart, Norm and Friends have set up a group called TEAM LEGLESS.[/p][p][b]TEAM LEGLESS[/b] is a group of people who show with teamwork, motivation and determination, that anybody irrespective of their disability can still complete any challenge put in front of them. To give you an idea on what TEAM LEGLESS have achieved so far.[/p][p][/p][p][b]Airfield Anarchy[/b][/p][p][b]Hand Cycle a lap of the Famous TT Race course in the Isle of Man, during Storm Kate[/b][/p][p][b]H[/b][span=font-weight: bold;]and cycle 455 miles with 24 hours on 2 Hand cycles.[/span][/p][p][b]Delivered talks[/b] to [/p][ul][li]Primary Schools[/li][li]Secondary Schools[/li][li]Colleges [/li][li]Military Training Establishments[/li][li]Rotary Clubs[/li][/ul][p]Please [b]LIKE[/b] and [b]SHARE[/b] our Facebook page: [url=https://www.facebook.com/LeglessChallengesfref=ts][b]Team Legless[/b][/url][/p][p]And follow us on Twitter: [b]@LeglessRobbo[/b][/p][p]By Liking and following us, you will be able to keep up to date with TEAM LEGLESS Challenges, Progress and milestones reached regarding Stuarts recovery and raise awareness about the charities which are close to our hearts.[/p][p][b]Cpl Stuart Robinson Story so far......[/b][/p][p]Back in Febuary 2013 my life took a dramatic change of direction. I was a Corporal serving in the Royal Air Force Regiment, a husband and a father. I was on my fourth deployment to Afghanistan. Both my family and myself were used to my frequent deployments and this one started off like any other. But on the 19th February during a vehicle patrol my convoy , my vehicle drove over and initiated an IEDImprovised Explosive Device. The IED was detonated right underneath my seat and my body took the full impact of the explosion. My left leg was amputed at the scene, my right leg was hanging on by a thread, I fractured my spine in 18 different places, fractured both scapulars, my lower left arm, my sternum, my pelvis and fractured my jaw in 3 different places.[/p][p]Once stabilised I was flown back to the UK and to the Queen Elizabeth hospital QE in Birmingham where my life saving surgeries took place. The rebuild on my right leg failed and my wife and myself took the hard decision to amputate. After 2 and a half months I was discharged from QE and admitted to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre at Headley Court it was here I was fitted with prosthetic limbs and my recovery could really begin.[/p][p]Numerous Service charities have supported and helped myself and my family in different ways, from providing a walking stick, to house adaptations to help me move more easily around the family home and get mine and my families life back to normal as quickly as possible. It would take too long to list every bit of help and support these charities have given, so please believe us when we say I couldnt have done it without their help and support.[/p][p]If you can spare any change and helpus to give something back, it will be much appreciated. These charities do change peoples lives.[/p][p]Please Donate using the [b]GIVE NOW[/b] button or[/p][p]If you want to organise your own event supporting any of the charities which helped Stuart and his family, you can create your own fundraising page on VMG and link it to the Robbo someone special page.[/p][p][/p][p]To do this is very simple,[/p][p]Just edit you page and look for Method 2, Type in [b]Robbo[/b] and click Find Page and follow the instructions.[/p][p][/p][p][b]Please note, you can only link your page to a Someone Special page where you are supporting a common charity.[/b][/p][p]Through Virgin Money Giving, you can sponsor us and donations will be quickly processed and passed to charities. Virgin Money Giving is a not for profit organisation and will claim gift aid on a charities behalf where the donor is eligible for this. We really appreciate all your support and thank you for any donations.[/p][p][/p][vmgvideo class="ql-video" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/A3VpLdpJGTA?showinfo=0&rel=0&iv_load_policy=3"][/vmgvideo]

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24-Oct-2016

Mandyfalloon

Respect x

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

24-Sep-2016

Amanda Morgan

Well done, to all taking part

£5.00

12-Aug-2016

Anonymous

£50.00 plus £12.50 Gift Aid

03-Jun-2016

Paul Downs

This should cover 2 wristbands. @mrsensiblehead on Twitter

£20.00

29-May-2016

Sue Coombs

Just a little something for an inspirational bunch of people.

£5.00 plus £1.25 Gift Aid

29-May-2016

Amy Beaumont

£5.00

28-May-2016

Claire elliston

In awe of you and your family as you know x

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

28-May-2016

Vicky Parrett

Good luck Stu :)

£20.00 plus £5.00 Gift Aid

28-May-2016

Ryan Owen Davies

£5.00

28-May-2016

Rachel Malthouse

Totally amazing work!! X

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid