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Weʼre raising £5,000 to to help Paul with his recovery

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This is Paul Copper,

He's just turned 50.

Paul has been a Firefighter and Watch Manager for over 25 years. Many of us have had the pleasure of working alongside him. He is very much loved and by his family, friends and the countless firefighters he has worked with over the years, both in Essex and Hertfordshire.

Last week Paul contracted sepsis, a rare but potentially deadly infection, which has quickly attacked his organs including his brain.

He is currently in a medically induced coma whilst doctors try to stop the bleeding on his brain.

The prognosis for Paul is not good, but he will fight.

This Just Giving page has been set up to help, in some small way, with the things Paul will need during his recovery and for the rest of his life. Donations, no matter how small all add up, so please, lets give him the best chance we can, you know he would for you.

All donations will go to Paul's family to use as they see fit.

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  • Simon Russell4 months ago
    Simon Russell

    Simon Russell

    4 months ago

    Hi and thanks to everyone for their support! Paul is making really good progress, especially considering the initial prognosis. He is eating well and drinking lots of tea! Paul has reacted well to physio and can now walk unaided. He is still receiving lots of visitors which I know he enjoys. He is also speaking very well now, so thats really great progress. Still obviously a long way to go, but he's going in the right direction!! Thank you all again, on behalf of Paul and all those who care dearly for him.

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  • Simon Russell5 months ago
    Simon Russell

    Simon Russell

    5 months ago

    Hi everyone, on behalf of Paul I'm continually amazed at the support and generosity of all of Paul's true friends. No one can deny the impact he has made on all those he has met, and the majority of those he has worked with during his fire service career count Paul as a friend and not just a work colleague. The proof of his friend's love is right here in these amazing donations. Let's keep it going!

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    Simon Russell

    5 months ago
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Page last updated on: 10/12/2018 1:17 PM

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213

  • Dan Sheridan

    Dan Sheridan

    Oct 12, 2018

    £20.00

  • Maria  Pope

    Maria Pope

    Sep 15, 2018

    Thinking of you during this sad time. Hope you have a speedy recovery. Hope to see you fit and well very soon. Maria.xx

    £20.00

  • Matt Lyon

    Matt Lyon

    Aug 26, 2018

    Best Wishes Paul for a speedy recovery. Matt Lyon - Property Services.

    £25.00

  • White watch Harlow

    White watch Harlow

    Aug 25, 2018

    Wishing Paul well in recovery. From White watch Harlow car wash 18/8/18.

    £550.00

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    Aug 23, 2018

    Good luck with your recovery Paul.Love, Greg, Jill, Molly and Mabel x

    £60.00

  • Paul Donnelly

    Paul Donnelly

    Aug 22, 2018

    This is a small donation from members of Epping Upper Clapton Rugby Clubwe hope in some small way it helps

    £50.00

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    Aug 19, 2018

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I worked alongside Paul at Loughton fire station when he transfered from Hertfordshire. He became a firm friend and valued collegue who I also had the pleasure of sharing a flat with.

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