I am nominating my 16 year old son Harry Urquhart-Briggs or HUB as he is called by all who know him. Harry was born with bilateral talepes more commonly known as 'club foot'. He underwent daily physiotherapy, strapping and support of his feet and lower limbs followed by corrective surgery as an infant - our objective was to achieve pain free and functional feet enabling him to join in all activities on offer to enthusiastic youngsters. From the age of 7 to 13 Harry was a Chorister at St Paul's Cathedral School where he sang daily as part of Cathedral life, also at several major Services of Celebration and Commemoration during this time. Nothing has deterred Harry from 'getting on with it', he is currently a music specialist at Wells Cathedral School in Somerset and a keen sportsman playing cricket and football at school, he is goalkeeper for his year hockey team and is a brilliant skier with his very own 'style'! On completing his GCSE examinations this summer he will travel to Cornwall and begin his Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award, he knows hiking will take it's toll and inevitably this results in pain. Despite this he continues to be positive and is an inspiration. Harry faces further surgery in 2012 which will be a real challenge for him as the longer term outcome becomes clear. He is a wonderful ambassador and great example of a young person who thinks of those less fortunate, there is always someone worse off! Harry represents our adults of the future.