Among them was Ben Parkinson, Britain's most injured soldier from the conflict in Afghanistan, who was in his hometown of Doncaster.Read the full story ›
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Former soldier Ben Parkinson has set off on his latest challenge that'll take him to France to honour D-Day heroes.Read the full story ›
The former paratrooper's mother, Diane, says the family have had 'years of broken promises' over funding of Ben's round-the-clock care.Read the full story ›
The former paratrooper is an ardent Scottie fan - and has become patron of the charity which teamed him up with his own dog, Mac.Read the full story ›
Thousands gathered across the Calendar region today to honour the servicemen and women of the armed forces.
In Doncaster, former paratrooper Ben Parkinson attended the Remembrance Day Service - and walked at his full height for the first time since an explosion in Afghanistan in 2006.
Adam Fowler was there:
Ben Parkinson, Britain's most badly injured soldier, has laid a wreath in his home town walking on his new prosthetic legs.Read the full story ›
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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.