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Magazine feature

Back in January the Marketing and Communications Officer of ACFA (Army Cadet Force Association) invited me to be the person for their ‘People’ page, at the back of the next edition of Army Cadet Magazine. I was very honoured to have been asked and accepted the invitation. I just hoped that it would be interesting […]

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Disabled Facilities at HQ

The other week I received a phone call for the QM (Quartermaster) at Cambs ACF (Army Cadet Force) to let me know that a meeting was going to take place. The Estates Manager from East Anglia RFCA (Reserve Forces and Cadet Association) and their Architect were meeting with the QM at the Cadet Training Centre, […]

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Ely Parade

It’s all been rather quiet and I’ve mainly been recovering from the physio session from hell the other week. Yes it really has taken that long for my back and knee to recover and I can’t believe all that pain came from stretching exercises. Of course I did my patriotic bit and watched the Jubilee […]

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Seeing friends again

  This evening I went to our Amy Cadet HQ at Waterbeach for the first time in months and months. I hadn’t been there for a long time even before the surgery and if it wasn’t for my Dad taking me there it wouldn’t have happened today. There was a purpose for the trip however, […]

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I like it even less than I did before

I have never been a real fan of shopping and hate clothes shopping with a passion as nothing ever seems to fit (the prosthesis will make it even more difficult). I didn’t really think that I could like it any less until, that is, I went to Peterborough yesterday. I have realised that any trip […]

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Help for all amputees

Today a package arrived and I noticed by the postmark that it was from the Limbless Association http://www.limbless-association.org/ . I had decided to join them the other day and joined as a lifetime member at a cost of £150 as opposed to the yearly £20. There was stacks of brochures and information in the pack […]

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