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A soldier from the Midlands who lost both his legs in an explosion in Afghanistan is one of many service men and women who are being helped to recover through a new centre.
The Battleback Centre in Lilleshall officially opened today, it offers adaptive sport and training faciliites to wounded, injured and sick members of the armed forces. Balvinder Sidhu reports.
The Battle Back Centre has opened in Lillishall. It provides sports and adventurous activities to help wounded service personnel recover from their injuries.
The Battle Back Centre at Lilleshall in Staffordshire has been opened by Rt Hon Mark Francois and Olympic Bronze Medallist Beth Tweddle.
The centre, which is funded by the The Royal British Legion, provides sports and adventurous activities to help the recovery of wounded, injured and sick service personnel from all three Services.
A centre that provides sports and adventurous activities to help the recovery of wounded service men and women has been officially opened today.
The Battle Back Centre in Lilleshall was officially opened by Olympic Bronze Medal Gymnast Beth Tweddle MBE.
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