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An amputee has trekked up Britain's biggest mountain in "unbearable pain" and wet weather conditions to raise money to help children who have also lost limbs

***EXCLUSIVE*** An amputee has trekked up Britain's biggest mountain in "unbearable pain" and wet weather conditions to raise money to help children who have also lost limbs. Ben Lovell, 42, has tackled the toughest hiking trails despite having his leg amputated in 2017 after suffering a blood clot. So far he has raised over £22,000 for Amp Camp, a wellbeing project for adult amputees he founded with his wife Laura, 33.They are now raising money to help children in the same way and last week scaled the 1,345m (4,413 ft) high Ben Nevis with a group of 10 amputees. Money raised from the trek, which took the group eight hours to climb and four to descend, will fund a holiday-of-a-lifetime for amputee children and their families. The couple have already raised more than £13,000, paying for the first children's trip and part of a second one.

Incredible pictures show the detailed workings by specialists at a toy hospital – where around 100 precious teddies and dolls are restored a month

***EXCLUSIVE*** Incredible pictures show the detailed workings by specialists at a toy hospital – where around 100 precious teddies and dolls are restored a month. Experts at Leith Toy Hospital, Edinburgh, painstakingly restore beloved toys, from modern bears to antique dolls. Started by Mari Jones, 30, in 2017, a team of eight staff specialise in plastics, ceramics, historical textiles - and there is even a doll hairstylist. The toy doctors fix mechanical issues, restuff teddies, restore old ceramic doll pieces, and even help recreate precious lost toys from pictures.

A 16-year-old scored top grades in his GCSEs despite battling an aggressive cancer - and having radiotherapy before every exam

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 16-year-old boy was delighted to get top grades in his GCSE results - despite battling an aggressive childhood cancer throughout his exams. Kasper Buist was diagnosed with embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma (eRMS) in November 2020, at the age of just 15 years old. The teen spent four months undergoing intense daily radiotherapy and chemotherapy - all while studying for, and sitting, his GCSE exams at Magdalen College School (MCS) in Oxford, Oxon. During his exam period, Kasper would attend his radiotherapy sessions at 8am every morning - and then go straight from the hospital to school to sit an exam.

A devastated step mum who dreams of having her own child said she has been denied IVF treatment from the NHS – because her partner already has a child

***EXCLUSIVE*** A devastated step mum who dreams of having her own child said she has been denied IVF treatment from the NHS – because her partner already has a child. Sarah Barker, 26, from Lincolnshire has been trying for a baby with her partner Chris Curtiss, 31, for four years but has been unsuccessful due to fertility issues. The step mum-of-one was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) when she was just 17 – and was told by doctors that she would struggle to have her own children. The condition is caused by a hormonal imbalance in the body which affects one in three women in the UK.  Sarah said having her own baby was the ‘missing puzzle piece’ from her life and had hoped she could try IVF after a number of drugs to help ovulation failed to work.

Charcoal workers

***EXCLUSIVE*** A worker lays out charcoal for it to dry natrually in the sun. Photographer Olivier Apicella, 38, captured the images of the worker laying out the charcoal which takes 72 hours to fully dry out in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. Most charcoal used by street vendors is made and sold accross Southern Vietnam. The workers make sure the drying process is done properly, then pack it and send it market where it is sold. Olivier said, “There are plenty of street vendors in this area so you see a lot of charcoal vendors alongside the road. It is not a well paid activity and mostly poor people take up this business”.