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Little Euan from Bath leads campaign to recycle children’s prosthetics

Every year in the UK there are approximately 250 babies born with a congenital condition that might lead to amputation.

Euan, 11 from Bath, was born with a birth defect which meant his left leg had to be amputated below the knee when he was only 11 months old.

The positive difference this has made to his life has resulted in him championing a campaign to recycle children’s prosthetic legs through the Bristol charity Legs4Africa.

Euan leads an incredibly active life. He has teamed up with Legs4Africa to capture his story, and explain why he donates his old legs to children desperately needing them in Africa. In total Euan has now donated more than 10 legs. His last prosthetic was traced to Wudeh, 7 from The Gambia.

#See Euan’s video here – https://youtu.be/AXtcz32kgD8

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