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Interview: Sarah Hope director of a charity for amputees

by Terence Handley MacMath

Posted: 28 Mar 2013 @ 12:14

'My mother would be amazed to know that we are helping so many people'

I was run over by a London bus in April 2007. My mother, Elizabeth, lost her life, and my daughter Pollyanna, who was two at the time, lost her right leg below the knee. There are no words to describe the horror; but now, through our charity Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope, we try to help amputees in developing countries who don't have beautifully made legs like Pollyanna's.

Without Pollyanna, I would never have set up the charity. She has opened up my ...

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