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London Bridge terror attack survivor talks to Long Sutton group




A London Bridge terror attack survivor was special guest at a meeting in Long Sutton.

Peter Lunt was visiting Long Sutton Outreach, which focuses on dementia care but welcomes anyone recovering from brain injury or at risk of mental illness through isolation.

Peter was seriously injured in the terrorist attack on London Bridge in June 2017 when a vehicle struck pedestrians. Peter suffered brain damage and severe injuries down his left side which needed months of hospital treatment.

Sir John Hayes and Peter Lunt meet at the Long Sutton Outreach meeting.
Sir John Hayes and Peter Lunt meet at the Long Sutton Outreach meeting.

Also at the meeting was Sir Sir John Hayes, who suffered similar injuries as a young man and was impressed by Peter’s resilience and determination to make a good recovery. Peter was equally impressed by Sir John’s recovery and his ability to carry out his duties as an MP.

Meetings are on the third Thursday each month from 10.30am until 3.30pm at the Royal British Legion hall. For further information call Joan Woolard on 01406 426508 or emailjoanwoolard38@gmail.com


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