1. Natalie Gray

Five years on: The little girl who had half her brain disconnected

It's exactly five years since a baby girl from Norfolk had the right side of her brain disconnected in a drastic measure to safe her life.

The seven-hour surgery was to stop the toddler from having seizures - she was having as many as 64 a month.

Angelina Mills from Gresham near Holt in Norfolk has born with Sturge-Weber Syndrome. It's an incurable brain disorder affecting just one in 50,000 people.

Her operation was carried out at Great Ormond Street Hospital but there's been a cost; a bit like a stroke victim Angelina will always have a weakness down one side.

Click below to watch a report on Angelina from ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray

Angelina is taking part in a sponsored skate on 24 August 2015 at Funky's in Norwich for Sturge Weber UK and is appealing for more skaters.