Cameron is 12 years old, was born with bi-lateral talapese in both feet and has had several operations, he began to walk at 18 months old on plastercasts and nothing stopped him. He eventually had the all clear and embarked on his passion for football at aged 8, he appeared to be gifted in this area and joined a local team and was later picked by his school, but 3 years ago he developed severs disease which causes him extreme pain in his heel and for 6-8 months of the year is in plaster, on crutches or in his wheelchair but he still supports and watches his football team. Cameron is hoping this does not put an end to the career he really wants to achieve by playing football for Bolton Wanderers, if this is not achievable he asked would we be able to pay for him to go to university to do Sports Science and become a PE teacher, sport is where Cameron's passion lies. Cameron is also active in helping the community and has campaigned for the speed limits to be changed and to get the children of Hart Common a new park which he has achieved. Even with the pain he endures he always puts other people first and is inspirational. Last year Cameron won a competition campaigning for people to give up smoking, when he found out he had won, he presented a poster he had designed (without anyone asking) to the chief executive of the PCT in Bolton, which has since been put up in all health centres in Bolton. Cameron is a cheeky chappy who always has a smile on his face.