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Home > Kudofeed on facebook 'Beads of Courage' mean a lot to many children on the cancer wards at Leeds General Infirmary.

They receive the beads after each treatment or step on their journey in hospital.

Amanda Worne, from Yapton in West Sussex, crashed into a metal post after her brakes failed while she was travelling at 50mph.

After six months at Stoke Mandeville spinal unit Amanda came home in a wheelchair but her house was now unsuitable.

Miya Thirlby, 16 from Plymouth, has cerebral palsy, epilepsy and is deaf. She uses an adapted computer which helps her speak.

Her dad, Paul Johnson took to Twitter to appeal for its return after the machine was stolen from his car.

What a fabulous idea! hope it catches on around the country

Horse club for England's poorest kids

The inner city kids choosing horses over gangs.

Posted by ITV News on Wednesday, 10 January 2018