Rob became disabled through an accident at work in January 1983.
Mick was a member of the GB Paralympic Archery Team from 2006 -2009.
Jane competed in 5 separate Paralympic Games, from 1972 to 1992, in the sports of Table Tennis, Archery, Bowls.
Rebecca took up archery at school in 1990 and progressed from there.
Sally competed for Great Britain at that first Paralympic Games in Rome in 1960 and went on to compete at a 3 further Games.
Michael made his Paralympic debut at the 1984 Games.
Helen went to the 1984 Paralympics in New York, competing for Great Britain in Archery, Javelin, Club, Discus and Shotput.
Paul joined Les Autre squad in 1982 and was later selected to compete for Great Britain as part of the Archery team at the 1984 New York Paralympic Games.
Ruth was a patient at the legendary Stoke Mandeville hospital from 1964 and competed at the Tel Aviv Games in 1968, winning gold in archery as well as a silver in table tennis.
Margaret has the distinction of winning Britain’s first Paralympic Gold medal at the inaugural Paralympic Games in Rome 1960 in Archery.
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This experience will live with me forever,i want to say a huge thankyou to every single person who has been behind us and got us this far!❤️