Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Our Job Is Not Done: 'Gibraltar Rock Run' Target Close


We're swimming in a sea of neon yellow and not complaining! - Over the last few days we've been bringing you tons of updates (1/2/3/4) from the Gibraltar Rock Run. And while Henry is back on the Batman v Superman set, we still have a Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund target to reach for him.      


Lee Spencer met Henry at the top of The Rock, and what he's been through reminds us of the bravery of the Royal Marines and the work of the charity that supports them. Lee is a Royal Marine himself, who lost his leg while helping someone involved in a crash earlier this year. But there he was Saturday, running up that tough hill and so happy to have met Henry, captioning his pic "Me and Superman." 

Henry talked to us about why it's so important for him to support the RMCTF, during our chat with him before the run. Watch it now. Lewis Stagnetto captured some great moments from the interview in the photos below. We have much more to share with you this week, in the meantime please keep donating to Henry's official fundraising page. We're really close to reaching that goal for him. He did his part, let's now do ours.  














8 comments:

  1. I love all these newly added beautiful pics of the Rock Climb weekend with Henry... <3 <3 <3
    Incredible story about Lee too. Inspiring to have him there as well. (y) <3 :)
    It's just amazing everything Henry did over the weekend...the Rock Climb, how many people he interacted with/pics and autographs he shared with fans/friends, interviews, co-hosting the gov. party, being there for the RMCTF/his brother Nik, how much ground he covered...and then back to work on Monday! SuperCav-El is a thoughtful, gracious, kind-hearted, beautiful man. :D
    Thanks again so much for sharing Everyone & HCN (y) :) <3

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    1. It was exactly what you describe and impressive to witness. Plus the people of Gibraltar and the charity organizers were all amazing. Such a lovely weekend.

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  2. I love this site! Your coverage of the whole event has been amazing. Thank you so much HCN. Lee's story is inspiring, the fact that he is there after his accident shows what great will this man has. We complain every day about the senseless little things in our lives, like just having to get out of bed in the morning! I know I have. Not anymore. Lee can climb that huge rock after his accident and finish with a big beautiful smile on his face; then i with my two legs should be doing much more!!

    RSB

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    1. Lee's story coupled with his excitement about meeting Henry was humbling to see. Very inspiring. All of it. Henry was surrounded by true heroes all weekend long (including his brother Nik) and watching him interact with them really shows what a truly deserving ambassador for them he really is.





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    2. RSB, I'm inspired as well. And your so right we complain about the dumbest things everyday it makes me appreciate things around me so much more. And not to bitch so much about meaningless things. And Lee truly deserved that meeting with Henry at the end, icing on the cake to a job well done! I love you Henry....you're so awesome <3<3<3

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  3. Obviously Henry is supremely photogenic. Is he REALLY that gorgeous up close and personal?? I mean besides being such an all around great human being. Look at that last photo. Seriously. How did you not swoon and declare your love for him when he looked at you like that?! It's hard to fathom his beauty can be for real. You know what i mean.

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