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Steeper, which won praise for its life-like bionic hand, is now developing an electric-powered wrist and elbow. Last month, Nicky Ashwell was able to open her purse and use cutlery properly for the first time. The 29-year-old Londoner, who was born without a right hand, was one of the first women in the UK to receive the world’s most life-like bionic limb. The brains behind this medical miracle, which relies on Formula 1 technology, is a company based in Leeds called Steeper. “We’ve been manufacturing hands that are electronically operated for the past 30 years. However, these are simple devices that have only a pinch-type grip and can really only open and close. But about five years ago we developed a more sophisticated hand where all the fingers can move individually as well as the thumb,” says Paul Steeper, the firm’s managing director. Nicky Ashwell recently became the first UK user to receive the world's most lifelike hand (Photo: Warren Allott). The hand, which weighs about the same as a bar of chocolate, has small proportions that have been designed with women and teenagers in mind. It is built around an accurate skeletal structure with miniaturised components designed to simulate natural movements. Weighing around 390g, the hand measures 165mm from base to middle fingertip - the size of an average woman’s hand and contains 337 mechanical parts. It is strong enough to handle up to 45kg around the same as 25 bricks - and has 14 grip patterns and hand positions to allow a range of precision movements. Ashwell was the first UK patient to receive the latest model of the bebionic hand. A 10-year-old girl from Los Angeles was also fitted with one around the same time. The company had developed two previous versions, although these were aimed at men and larger patients. Until recently, the firm had struggled to create an artificial hand suitable for women and adolescents able to hold the five motors needed to operate like a functional hand. “The movements now come easily and look natural I keep finding myself being surprised by the little things, like being able to carry my purse while holding my boyfriend’s hand. I’ve also been able to do things never before possible like riding a bike and lifting weights,” Ashwell said. Steeper’s products, which also include other artificial limbs, specialist footwear and braces, are all made in Leeds. Around 150 people are involved. Source: uk.finance.yahoo.com
When it comes to having a really good family holiday, staying at Crealy Meadows Caravan & Camping Park in Devon is really quite hard to beat. That's exactly what we discovered when we travelled down the M5 to the holiday park, a two-minute drive from junction 30, with three children aged four, seven and eight in tow. We received a very warm welcome at the reception where we collected our security pass for vehicle access to the site and access via the 'secret gate' to Crealy Great Adventure Park. The reception area has a little camp shop which stocks everything you need for a short stay from loo roll and matches to sausages and baked beans. We were staying in a Zambezi safari tent, our first glamping experience - and what an experience. The tent sleeps up to eight and comes equipped with a double bed in a cupboard off the main living area, doors leading through into a bunk bedroom, a separate double bedroom and a sofa bed in the living area. There was a comfortable living area with dining table and chairs and a small kitchen with a Belfast sink, plenty of cupboard space, crockery, cutlery, toaster, kettle and fridge with a small freezer compartment. One of the highlights of this safari tent was the wood burning stove in the centre of the living area - an excellent source of heat on the chilly evenings. Kindling and logs are provided, but it’s a good idea to take matches, firelighters and plenty of old newspapers to get the fire going. The tent had a small decked area in front with a barbecue and table and chairs and a parking space. The pitches are very spacious, giving campers a little privacy, with plenty of well-kept grass surrounding them for the kids to play safely. The park also boasts a playground which can be seen from most pitches. The safari and medieval tents are more expensive, especially in peak season, but the park also offers pitches for touring caravans and tents and this is an option we’ll be considering in the future. The washroom facilities are a stone’s throw from all pitches and are clean and warm with under-floor heating. The family bathroom with bath is ideal for families with small children and the shower cubicles are very spacious with shelves and hooks to keep your clothes dry. The toilets and washbasins are cleaned regularly and soap and toilet tissue is always available. While we were there, there was plenty going on for the. Source: www.southwalesargus.co.uk
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