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Murray Hambro has been through more than most people; from serious injury to crippling anxiety to tragic bereavement

Murray served for 12 years in the Royal Tank Regiment, but his life was shattered by a bomb blast in Afghanistan in 2010 that left both his feet needing to be amputated. He struggled mentally for a number of years afterwards; firstly with the aftermath of amputation, and more profoundly when he lost his young son to a sudden illness.

Remembrance is an important part
of my life. I lost some good friends
serving in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Veteran Murray Hambro

On Remembrance Day we remember and honour those who have fought and who are fighting still and also, their family members and loved ones. We remember what they have sacrificed and given up for our country.

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