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    Get Claire Walking

    Believe, Inspire, Motivate and Dream

    Welcome to Claire's website showing her journey since her catastrophic spinal cord injury...

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    Marathon 2012

    Claire became the first paraplegic to walk the London Marathon in a ReWalk robotic suit. It took 17 days and raised £210,000 for Spinal Research...

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    Paralympic Cauldron

    Claire was very honoured to be invited to light the Paralympic Cauldron in Trafalgar Square. On 24th August she lit the cauldron in front of Prime Minister David Cameron, Mayor Boris Johnson and Lord Seb Coe...

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    Bike Challenge

    Claire is going to cycle 400 miles of England starting in April 2013, visiting schools/organisations on the way. She will pass through as many towns and cities as possible....

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Hello, Welcome to Get Claire walking

Claire Lomas, an extremely talented event rider, who has produced horses and competed at 4* level, had a freak accident while competing at Osberton Horse Trials in May 2007.

She collided with a tree which resulted in fractures to her neck, back and ribs. She suffered a punctured lung, pneumonia, had to have a tracheotomy to help her breathe and was in intensive care for 10 days.

The fracture in her back caused damage to Claire's spinal cord resulting in her being transferred to the Northern General Hospital's Spinal Injuries Unit. Claire left Sheffield after 8 weeks - the shortest time anyone has ever spent in that hospital with her type of injury. Claire is still paralysed but determined to get better.

Claire has spent hours working on her rehab with a fantastic team of physiotherapists and has set up a gym at home. She is making good progress, and this would not be possible without the tremendous support she has. She is not going to give up the fight to walk again, her biggest challenge!

Our Supporters

The Claire Lomas Walk Campaign is very grateful to all of the companies and individuals who have supported it from the start and continue to do so.