Sportsman Rob Cam had everything ahead of him, with a place at Uni, and a love of both Rugby and rowing, life was looking good for Rob.
Then in September 2013, after returning from travels in New Zealand and Australia, he was a passenger in a car that was involved in a road crash. He is now paralysed and in a wheelchair.
Rob suffered a high level C5 spinal injury in the accident and is now tetraplegic and on a ventilator.
Rob, 20, was a popular young man at Wycliffe College in Stonehouse and the entire school community are taking part in fundraising £20,000 which will help him realise his dream to take up that University place, where he plans to study Politics, Philosophy and Economics.
Old Wycliffians ,their families and current students and staff are doing many activities to raise funds, bungee jumping, rowing, an auction and there will be a special fund raising day on May 31st 2014 where many are planning to run or walk one of the designated routes of up to 26 miles laid on by Wycliffe College.
To take part in this or any of the other fund raising events please visit www.campaign4rob.co.uk