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Ben Parkinson walks a mile for charity

Britain's most badly injured surviving soldier, Ben Parkinson, has walked a mile on prosthetic limbs to raise money for charity.

Ben joined fundraisers for the final part of a fortnight long events programme, that has seen Paul Bristow and his team climb Snowdon, do three long distance bike rides, a distance swim, a parachute jump and a half marathon. The money will go towards Ben's charity the Pilgrim Bandits and to children's charity Scottish Little Soldiers.


Parents pay tribute to their son and RNLI

The parents of a 12-year-old boy who drowned a year ago whilst on holiday in Wales have returned to the resort to thank the RNLI crew who tried to find him in rough seas.

Isaac Nash was lost after getting into difficulties at Trearddur Bay in Anglesey, where a plaque has been unveiled in his memory.

Plaque in Isaac's memory

Isaac's parents, Adam and Zoe, from Huddersfield, returned to Treardurr Bay to present a cheque for £10,000 to the RNLI there, the money from a trust fund set up in Isaac's memory.

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Memorial to schoolboy Isaac Nash unveiled

The plaque for Isaac unveiled on Sunday

The family of 12-year-old Isaac Nash, who was swept into the sea off Anglesey a year ago, has returned to the island to present the RNLI with money they've raised.

The trust set up in Isaac's name has raised £10,000 for the RNLI.

The trust has raised £10,000 for the RNLI

A memorial plaque for Isaac was unveiled at the boathouse in Trearddur Bay.

"We still find it comforting to come back" said Isaac's father, Adam Nash.

"We still want to come back and support the local area as much as we can."

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