Advertisement

Ben Parkinson lays wreath on new prosthetic legs on Remembrance Sunday

Britain's most badly injured surviving soldier, Ben Parkinson, laid a wreath in his home town of Doncaster today on his new full size prosthetic legs.

View all 5 updates ›

Ben Parkinson to lay wreath on new prosthetic legs

Britain's most badly injured soldier is to lay a wreath on his new prosthetic legs in his home town of Doncaster in honour of those who have fallen in battle.

Ben Parkinson is Britain's most badly injured soldier Credit: Press Association

Ben Parkinson has been recovering from over 40 injuries he got in a bomb blast in Afghanistan eight years ago.

He has gone on to make a miraculous recovery and will lay the wreath in his home town today on his new, full size legs and in his full military uniform.

More top news