Five-year-old Harmonie-Rose who lost her limbs to meningitis completes Bath Half Marathon

The team of seven completed the race in just over three hours Credit: Time is Precious

Five-year-old Harmonie-Rose Allen from Bath, who lost all of her limbs when she contracted meningitis B, crossed the finish line at the Bath Half Marathon on Sunday.

She contracted the disease when she was 10 months old and had to have both legs and arms amputated.

She walked the final stretch of the race on her prosthetic legs, accompanied by her support team of teachers and family, who'd pushed her the rest of the way in her wheelchair.

Harmonie-Rose had been training in the lead up to the 13.1 mile race which the team of seven completed in just over three hours.

The team raised money for the charity Time is Precious, who helps offer a more comfortable and relaxed atmosphere for children and families in hospital or at home.

Harmonie-rose when she was a baby

Harmonie-Rose took her first steps with her prosthetics in the summer of 2017.

Despite doctors advice to turn off her life support machine when she was a baby, in September 2018 she started primary school with a new pair of prosthetic legs.

Harmonie-rose took part in the race to raise money for Time is Precious charity