WW2 bomber crash witness finally has dream come true
Tony Foulds who has essential tremor finally heard his dream has come true of a fly past on 22 February in memory of the US airmen who lost their lives 75 years ago. Read the full BBC story about the Sheffield bomber crash campaign.
Tony opened up about having essential tremor during an interview with TV presenter Dan Walker earlier this year when talking about his campaign. Watch him talking about it 1:30 into the video.
Essential tremor is a neurological disorder in which people exhibit a rhythmic trembling of the hands, head, legs, trunk and/or voice. It can afflict persons of any age, gender and race and in the vast majority of all cases it is inherited.
Watch the full video of Tony talking about the campaign
We look forward to hearing more about Tony, his campaign and the fly past in Sheffield Park on 22 February.