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Spinal injury garden legacy of boy killed by bear
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Spinal injury garden legacy of boy killed by bear


The mother of a boy killed while on holiday, by a polar bear, created a garden inspired by his idea.

Dr Olivia Chapple’s son, 17-year-old Horatio, died on a school trip to Norway.

He had the idea of a garden for spinal treatment centres while volunteering at one in Salisbury.

More stories from the Today programme here.



Source BBC News

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