He may have spent 175 days in intensive care at the West Cumberland Hospital last year, but this time Fleck Ditchburn was back at the hospital - willingly and with a smile on his face.
Fleck has Motor Neurone Disease and he was back to deliver some new equipment, all paid for by his fundraising for the hospital.
He raised some of the money by being pulled up a mountain in his wheelchair.
You can watch the full report from Samantha Parker below.
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