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Former soldier from Bourne who suffered near-fatal stroke takes on Stride for Stroke to help Stroke Association charity




A former soldier who suffered a near-fatal stroke last year is walking 1.2 million steps to raise money for a charity that supported him.

Paul Tranter, 53, of Great Leighs in Bourne, was given just a 20 per cent chance of survival when he suffered a brain-stem stroke in November 2019.

Thankfully he survived, but he was left with a number of disabilities connected to his vision and balance and now has to walk with the aid of sticks.



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