BLESMA


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BLESMABritish Limbless Ex-Service Men's Association
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as "Having served in the Merchant Navy, he is an honorary BLESMA member, being involved with the Huddersfield branch since its inception.
Mr Hyslop is pictured presenting the the cheque to Mike Downes from BLESMA.
uk where you can also find details of how to donate funds to BLESMA.
A special screening of As The Crow Flies and a Q&A with the team is being held at the Royal Geographic Society in London tomorrow night to raise money for BLESMA.
Le Grys MBE, said of the team: "The support for BLESMA from Adam, Ian, Nick and Tori is appreciated no end by all BLESMA members.
Garry, who is also due to go to Afghanistan with the Green Howards in September, travelled to Blackpool with the rest of the cyclists to meet limbless comrades of all ages in a BLESMA centre.
I thought to myself, at the end of the day, the pain I'm going through right now will go away; the lads at BLESMA won't get their arms and legs back.
ey are aiming to become the rst to reach 26 European Union capital cities on motorbikes while raising awareness and funds for the armed forces charities BLESMA, Soldiers othe Street and the Alder Hey children's charity.
The team's trip will raise money for BLESMA, a national charity for limbless servicemen and women and their dependants.
Armed forces charity BLESMA, who Paul was cycling with, said: "Paul was an extraordinary man and his autobiography A Fighting Spirit is a true story modestly told but truly inspirational.
Ken, who has relied on support from BLESMA, the British Limbless Ex-Servicemen's Association, and other charities, has a long way to go.
Funds raised from the show, which is at the library's Gallery Space until August 28, will be donated to four charities which support victims of war - Amnesty International, War Child, Children of Peace and BLESMA (British Limbless Ex-Servicemen's Association).