Bravery HQ to land in Poole with multi-use building transformation

A Special Forces soldier left paralysed after being shot through the neck whilst behind enemy lines in Afghanistan is to transform a business premises in Poole, Dorset. In a transaction through property consultancy Vail Williams, Toby Gutteridge’s Bravery brand purchased the freehold of the town centre building.

Why a paralysed Special Forces veteran will never die

Special Forces soldier Toby Gutteridge who was left paralysed after being shot in Afghanistan has revealed that he rejected an opportunity to return home a fortnight earlier having taken a bullet in the shoulder.

‘Soft’ SAS hero adds mountains to his challenge

A former SAS sergeant who is cycling around the country on a collapsible bike has added the Three Peaks Challenge to his route after his girlfriend called him soft. Ray Carole, 43, from Poole, Dorset, embarked on ‘the world’s worst book signing tour’ to promote his first thriller and to raise money for charity. At first he was just going … Read More

Help for Mark’s 1,000 mile challenge

Former special forces hero Mark Bowra MBE who was left debilitated after a major stroke called on two well-known former colleagues to help him with a charity challenge. Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox from TV’s SAS Who Dares Wins and adventurer Aldo Kane yomped with Mark along the Purbeck Coast in Dorset for ‘The Bowra 1000 Challenge’.