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As little Harley lay and hovered on the brink of death from meningitis, doctors made the heartbreaking decision to amputate his arms and legs to save his life.

 

In the year The Football Association celebrates its 150th anniversary, this determined grassroots volunteer proves the nation's favourite sport has the power to transform people's lives for the better.

 

Sharon Gray remembers vividly the moment that inspired her to become a teacher.  "I was around five or six years old when I walked into my big sister's classroom.  It was the most inviting, interesting, beautfiul environment, and it was the way her teacher enticed everybody. "

When Matthew Wilson was shot in the head by a Taliban sniper, he simply picked himself up and carried on fighting to save his comrades.

 

Bailie Kershaw was plunged into a terrifying life-or-death situation when his dad suffered a massive heart attack and collapsed in front of him.

 

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