People who are truly inspirational
adversity some people really do become an inspiration to others. Today’s ET features some truly amazing people.
Intrepid doctor Chris “Tigger” Targett completed a gruelling 20,000mile motorbike trip raising thousands for charity in which he broke two ribs, was robbed three times and fell sick after being bitten by ants - a great achievement
Former city pub landlady Angela Wheeler (48), who is battling ovarian cancer and has been told by doctors that she may only have 18 months left to live is focusing on creating memories. Friends and family are raising money to provide a special holiday for her and her children, her bravery is extraordinary and we will do all we can to help her succeed.
The city’s Race for Life event is always moving and this year will be started by individuals who have faced their own battles.
Mum Joanne Rippon was told cancer would claim her life within a few years, and created a box of memories for her family to look back on. But she has now signed up for Race for Life after being told she is in remission. Little Jamie Perry is six years old and has fought a courageous battle with bladder cancer, yet he is renowned for his constant smile and determination.
These are people whose achievements put everyday problems into perspective. They really are an inspiration to us all.