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Parents set new World Three Legged Marathon Record at London Marathon for son

Parents set new World Three Legged Marathon Record at London Marathon for son

News   •   Apr 27, 2015 16:41 BST

​Lorna and James Brokenshire-Dyke, from Newmarket, set a new Guinness World Record (awaiting official verification) for Fastest Three Legged Marathon.

Parents running London Marathon three-legged for their son

Parents running London Marathon three-legged for their son

News   •   Apr 20, 2015 16:48 BST

Three-legged London Marathon to raise money for 2 year old son who has cerebral palsy spastic diplegia.

​Support4SDR Celebratory Party

​Support4SDR Celebratory Party

News   •   Apr 02, 2015 15:57 BST

A party was held to celebrate the achievements of children with cerebral palsy who have undergone SDR surgery.

Sophie set for surgery

Sophie set for surgery

News   •   Apr 01, 2015 11:43 BST

Cerebral palsy sufferer Sophie Thomlinson will finally have the operation she needs.

Seb's Hero

Seb's Hero

News   •   Mar 04, 2015 10:27 GMT

A gruelling climb to raise funds for the surgery needed to help young Seb walk.

Win your wedding

Win your wedding

News   •   Feb 12, 2015 09:27 GMT

#valentinesday 10 Brides have entered a 'Win Your Wedding' fundraising competition. They exchanged a £10 donation to enter and each couple now has 4 weeks to fundraise for Tree of Hope to support James Burns Wish to Walk.

Going for the chop

Going for the chop

News   •   Jan 28, 2015 19:58 GMT

Cerebral palsy sufferer Scarlett Hewitt going for the chop to help friend Malachi Reid raise £80,000 for life changing operation

Gunning it to Gallipoli

Gunning it to Gallipoli

News   •   Jan 28, 2015 12:31 GMT

My friend Graham and I are going to ride two Royal Enfield Bullets to Gallipoli in time for the commemoration marking the centenary of the WW1 campaign at that location raising money for "Foot Steps for Roxy".

Desperate to play football

Desperate to play football

News   •   Jan 27, 2015 12:37 GMT

Little Alfie Smith is desperate to play football with his friends – but he suffers from a rare condition that means eating a burger or even drinking too much milk could damage his brain.

I can wiggle my toes

I can wiggle my toes

News   •   Jan 26, 2015 19:29 GMT

Five-year-old boy walks for the first time A boy with cerebral palsy can walk for the first time thanks to a life-changing operation in the US paid for with the help of Sunday Express readers.

The American Job

The American Job

News   •   Jan 23, 2015 14:16 GMT

Three of us have decided that something crazy was in order to get this little soldier Jack on the move. So we are taking ourselves and our three unreliable cars on probably the longest journey of our lives in an effort to change just one.