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Ella Chadwick’s life was transformed by a kidney transplant – and now she’s determined to do all she can to thank the doctors and nurses who looked after her.
There have been more than 50 years of hurt since England lifted the World Cup in 1966, with tournament highlights few and far between since then.
On a floodlit astroturf pitch in Aberdeen, the excited shouts of youngsters playing football are one sign of Streetsport’s positive effect on the local community.
Inspirational cricket coach Maryam is introducing the sport to the next generation of female cricketers in Yorkshire.
It’s a dedicated football fan who will support his side come thick and thin through the harsh winds and plummeting temperatures of the British winter.
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