Steel Bones – Keeping in touch despite COVID-19

Steel Bones has found a great way to keep in touch during self-isolation and is holding online events via Zoom.

Here are a couple of things you can join up to if Zoom obliges on the day!

We also have a quiz with small prizes too 😊

If you’d like to know more about SteelBones, check out the: Steel Bones website


Steel Bones team are working at home to continue to support amputee families at this unprecedented time.  We encourage everyone to regularly update themselves on recent NHS guidance to stay safe, keep others safe and relieve the pressure on our NHS:

Steel Bones Latest Newsletter

Here is the link to the Summer Sizzler! Newsletter from Steel Bones – and it is a Sizzler!

Apart from the exciting fact that Steel Bones will be celebrating their 4th Celebration Day on Sunday 21st July (slightly less than 21 sleeps!), there’s a lot to read about and be thankful for from this dynamic charity, not least that they now have their shop alive and kicking!

Read more by following the link at the bottom of the page and, in the meantime, check out what’s on offer on Sunday…


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NewsletterSteel Bones Summer Sizzler! Newsletter

Steel Bones Celebration Day!

Steel Bones is keen to get word out to amputees about their Celebration Day this year… 

The Celebration Day will take place on Sunday 21st July at Isleham, Ely, CB7 5RY. The event is free and places are on a first come first served basis so early booking is recommended. You can secure your place by clicking on the link beneath the poster. 
Steel Bones works to connect, support and inspire amputee families to overcome the trauma of amputation.  We provide the best advice and action plans they need to accomplish their goals.  Steel Bones is completely voluntary and is a registered charity (1174189



Steel Bones eNewsletter!


The excellent charity, Steel Bones, has just sent us their latest eNewsletter and it’s so choc full of positivity I’m excited to share it with you. 

Representing REAL people with REAL needs, Steel Bones’ aim is to support:

Relief from poverty, distress, social and mental suffering
Education to advance public knowledge regarding amputation and its implications
Awareness in society of limb loss and the needs of families, supporters and carers
Lifestyle to inspire and encourage health and wellness to the amputee community

Click on the link to open their Newsletter, which will open in a new tab.

And here’s a link to the Steel Bones Website, where you can find out more about them and the great work they do..