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Please help support the West Midlands Amputee Support Group by collecting vouchers in our local express and star news paper. From September 29th each express and star will contain 1 voucher and 100 local charities across the area have been asked to collect the vouchers. The more vouchers our charity get the most funding will be granted to us by the express and star so please help us gain lots of vouchers! The West Midlands Amputee Support Group was set up last year by Paul Felton after an horrific accident caused the loss of his lower leg....

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Support Group Holiday

With months of successful fundraising the West Midlands Amputee Support Group managed to raise over £3,000, enabling us to take 7 families on holiday to Pwllheli, North Wales and managed to secure 7 adapted caravans. Everyone had a fantastic time and the weather was perfect! Fundraising has already started for next year, where we hope to take families abroad… watch out Benidorm, here we come!

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Press! Walsall Chronicle

Royal Wedding fall from ladder cost Paul his leg… To see the full article… CLICK HERE

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Press! Birmingham Mail

Press! Birmingham Mail

Article from the Birmingham Mail on Monday 23rd September 2013: Midland grandad tells how the Royal Wedding cost him his leg A Midland grandad has told how the Royal Wedding cost him his leg. Caretaker Paul Felton crushed his left ankle when he fell from a ladder as he put up bunting for a party at a community centre the week before Prince William married Kate Middleton in 2011. When it failed to heal after almost two years of treatment, the 55-year-old took the tough decision to have part of the limb amputated. Now Paul has formed a support...

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New Website Proposed

New Website Proposed

To enable our cause to help more people, over the next few months we will be putting together a brand new support website, endeavoring to cater for everyone’s support needs, including pre-op amputees, post-op amputees and family support. The website will initially detail places of support, together with a comprehensive array of support advice and links to many organisations helping us to create a truly inspirational amputee support network.

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