The Inspiring Story of Brian Gault

Join us for an evening with Brian & May Gault

WHERE: Mossley Methodist Ladies MWI
WHEN: Monday 9th April 2018
TIME: 8.00pm, all ladies welcome!

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“Have you ever felt like giving up? Then, you must meet Brian. His love for life is infectious, his determination not to allow his physical disability to make him an outcast or socially isolated is awesome and inspirational.”

Brian is one of the survivors of the ‘miracle drug’ Thalidomide used during the early 1960’s. To the shock of his parents, he was born with no arms.

His feet are his hands, his legs his arms, each word uttered is underlined with a gesture of his leg and foot. As he explains – ‘the only time his feet are at rest is when he is walking’.

Brian is “over the moon” at the response to his story – throughout the British Isles, Ireland & Worldwide. He married his “wee treasure” – May, during August 2000.

(All royalties from Brian’s best-selling book 20th reprint – “Look, No Hands!” are providing practical support and helping to raise awareness of the plight of children who are still being born with Thalidomide-related disabilities in Brazil and disabled children and adults throughout the world).

His book could be an ideal gift/present. Brian will be only too pleased to chat with everyone after the meeting.

“Brian’s story is lively, funny, challenging and moving – it has already encouraged thousands of lives.”

2 thoughts on “The Inspiring Story of Brian Gault”

  1. We are from Brasil and we knows Bryan Gault and May . We are From thalidmind association and Bryan helped us many many times. We lost his contact and we would like to know about then.
    Could you help us .
    Thank you

    1. Hello. If you submit a comment on the form at the bottom of the Welcome page I can reply to you privately with Bryan’s email address. Many blessings

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