In a moving video, five-year-old fundraiser Tempy Pattinson tells war veteran Simon Brown, from Leeds, that he is her hero.Read the full story ›
A North Yorkshire veteran, who is dependent on a wheelchair has successfully cycled down a snow-capped mountain in Glencoe,Scotland.Read the full story ›
Former paratrooper Ben Parkinson has been given a heroes welcome at a fund-raising day for wounded soldiers. Ben, from Doncaster, suffered horrific injuries in a bomb attack in Afghanistan. Today the community of Wombwell in Barnsley saluted his bravery. Tina Gelder reports.
Lance Bombadier Ben Parkinson, who lost both legs in Afghanistan in 2006, was at the Help for Heroes family music fun day in Wombwell in South Yorkshire to open the event.
Hundreds of people are expected at a family music fun day in South Yorkshire which aims to raise then thousand pounds for Help for Heroes. Lance Bombadier Ben Parkinson who lost both legs in Afghanistan in 2006, will be opening the event.
A group of wounded ervicemen are setting off from Doncaster during their 6-day charity bike ride from Edinburgh to London, hoping to raise £1million for Help for Heroes. We've spoken to Doncaster's Mayor, Ros Jones, who was there to greet them last night, and Hero Ride team manager, Kelly Bostock.
The funeral takes place today of World War Two hero Freddie Johnson. The former rear gunner, from Tadcaster, was awarded six medals.Read the full story ›
A woman from Sheffield has exceeded all expectations in her efforts to raise fund to help injured troops.
Lorraine Kirkham started out selling wristbands for Help for Heroes with a £3,000 target. She's surpassed that - and then some. Sally Simpson reports.
A woman who fundraises for Help for Heroes has become something of a hero herself.
Lorraine Kirkham, from Sheffield, set out with a £3,000 target, selling wristbands. three years later, she's gathered a whopping £50,000.
She was spurred on to raise such a prolific amount after being moved by the sight of so many soldiers returning injured from Afghanistan.
She said: "There were rows and rows of them in Selly Oak Hospital all limbless and I'd heard about Hedley Court which Help for Heroes was trying to fund and build and that's what I wanted to do."
700 bikers are taking part in ride from Harrogate to Marne Barracks in Catterick to show their respect and gratitude to the Armed Forces. They are raising money for three charities, including Help for Heroes.