What’s your name, how old are you?  Danny Campion,  37years old. 

Who lives with you and how old are they? Tell us a little bit about them what are their favourite colours or hobbies?  Cosworth the Cat,  12yo,   Sleeping, eating, getting in bags and boxes.   Baby Nana, Charlotte. 23 month old, Being naughty, & everything mentioned for the cat.  Zara,  37yo, but a lot older than my 37!   Zara loves going to see Take That, and baby clothes shopping

When did you become an amputee?  21.09.2012.   After a Traffic motorbike accident on 19.09.2012. 

Have you got a name for your “stump”?  The baby calls it,  ‘Leg’,   I just call it stumpy. 

What was the biggest concern of being an amputee?  Ongoing bone spurs & possible recurring bone infection in the stump.  

Were you able to work as an amputee? How do you spend your days?  Yes,  a bit of this, and a bit of that, mainly with the baby. 

What’s been the biggest challenge you have had to overcome and how did you overcome it?  Having a paralysed right arm,  adapted the way I do things & the things I do. 

What’s your family’s favourite thing to do?  Swing, Park, Going round GeeGee’s & Nana Mary’s.  (my mum & Zara’s mums),  playing in Daddy’s wheelchair. 

Have you got any funny memories that have happened since your amputation?  Just after I started walking, on a night out,  I kept falling over, but it was blamed on the drink, the next morning, when I got up, I realised my prosthetic had come loose, and the knee was turning, which explained for the lack of stability the night before.   

When did you come across Steel Bones? What does Steel Bones do for your family?  In 2016,  great days out, and meeting other amputees and family’s. 

What would you most like to achieve? Small or big is there one thing you hope to accomplish?  My arm to become more functional. (More operations).