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Newlife was able to provide student Sam Morton with the chance to attend a landmark music concert, thanks to a generous donor offering the charity two tickets to see Adele at Wembley.

Sam, aged 19, was recently provided with a hi-tech wheelchair from Newlife to help with his independence whilst studying at the University of Winchester and was hoping his new equipment could enable him to attend music events this summer.  

Newlife offered Sam, who has Cerebral Palsy in all four limbs, the two tickets to this highly anticipated event and he took his 16-year-old sister, Ella Morton.

Sam said: “Thank you so much for the tickets. I honestly can’t put into words just how amazing it was! I am so utterly grateful for everything Newlife has done for me over the years - keep up the great work.” 

Sam is now helping Newlife raise awareness of how the charity can potentially help other young people to follow their dreams. Go to http://newlife.zone/app (on your iPad) to see what he has to say.

Pictured: Sam Morton

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