Laura’s Mission for Steel Bones

Laura’s Mission for Steel Bones

My name is Laura Cartmill I am 27 years old I have a rare eye condition called Aniridia which means I have no iris in either eye it is a enlarged pupil having Aniridia makes it very difficult in any light I wear tinted glasses to help I also have autism sometimes I...
Tennis opportunity for Amputees

Tennis opportunity for Amputees

Emma recently met with David Hardman of the Tennis Foundation and Steve of Cambridgeshire Lawn Tennis Association.  It was a great meeting with everyone really keen to create more opportunities for amputees to play tennis whether in a wheelchair or on prosthetics...
BBC News Film Amputee Football Session

BBC News Film Amputee Football Session

At the launch of the Amputee Football Training Session on 22nd February, BBC News showed up to capture some of the training provided by Cambridge United Community Trust (CUCT). CUCT is the charitable arm of Cambridge United Football Club, which aims to use the brand...
Steel Bones UK in the Eastern Daily Press

Steel Bones UK in the Eastern Daily Press

We’ve been ramping up the publicity on our forthcoming Mount Snowdon Challenge, and we’re thrilled to see so many local papers supporting our news. Below is the most recent article written by Eastern Daily Press (EDP24)…. Steel Bones attempt Snowdon...
Snowdon just under 13 weeks away

Snowdon just under 13 weeks away

With the fantastic Steel Bones Mount Snowdon climb just under 13 weeks away, we caught up with event organiser Paul Clark for a catch up. Paul said “ since our last blog lots of exciting things have happened. We have secured fantastic sponsorship through Pocket Rocket...
February’s photo competition winner

February’s photo competition winner

Hello February’s competition was all about love with it being the month of valentines. We had some beautiful photos entered and the winner this month was two amazing children Teddy and Sally. This was a fantastic photo as they used their imagination, to form a heart...