Injured soldier tours new rehab centre
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Injured soldier tours new rehab centre at Stanford Hall

A soldier who was blown up on patrol in Afghanistan has been for a look around the new Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC).

Luke Wigman, from Nottinghamshire, was seriously injured when he stood on a hidden bomb but has since gone on to win three gold medals at the Invictus Games.

He is one of the ambassadors of the new treatment centre, which is being built at Stanford Hall, in East Leake, to replace Headley Court in Surrey.

  • 12 Oct 2016