Callum fell 70ft from a rock face last august and was not expected to survive. He was transferred by helicopter to James Cook University Hospital where his parents were told to prepare for the worst. Callum suffered massive head trauma, contracted phenomena and meningitis. He severed his right arm and doctors thought he would also lose his right eye. Despite all the doctors telling his family he would not breathe on his own, be able to walk, feed or dress himself - and he would need the next 2 years in hospital, he is now living back home and is preparing to return to college this September to study for an A level in Physics and Chemistry. The doctors are amazed at his recovery, as is everyone who knows him. He is an inspiration to everyone. He has fought everyday to overcome the challenges that he faces, and done so with a smile and his own unique sense of humour. He is constantly trying to overcome his physical limitations to be the best he can. He was awarded a young leaders certification by the Rotary Club earlier this year, and Nunthorpe Sixth Form will be presenting him with an achievement award next month. Although Callum has already made an exceptional recovery,he still has to have daily gruelling physiotherapy sessions and careful monitoring. The hospital are monitoring his progress and using him as a example to doctors, nurses and patients. Callum is currently planning to raise money for the various organisation that helped in his rescue and recovery. Aged 16, fell from a cliff top on 28 August 2010 Treated for pneumonia and suspected meningitis 2 years in a rehab centre NOT hospital Regular physio His survival is so uniqe his case is used to teach new doctors Following his rehabilitation..