The Royal Marines Club supports Mark Ormrod with No Limbits.

In 2007, Mark Ormrod became the first surviving British triple amputee during the conflict in Afghanistan while serving as a Royal Marines Commando.

At 24yrs old whilst recovering in hospital Mark was told that he would spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair & need to employ a full time carer. After the initial shock of that news Mark decided that he wasn't going to let someone else's opinion become his reality & set about proving those people wrong in a massive way.

Working with former Royal Marine, turned photographer/film-maker, Matt Elliott, they now intend on producing a full length documentary showing all aspects of Mark's life and his incredible journey over the last 9 years. 

The film will cover Marks story of his injuries, how he overcame them, how he threw away his wheelchair on June 9th 2009 & went on to become a Husband, a Father of 3, a motivational speaker, a gym owner, a sponsored athlete, an author, a celebrated fundraiser, a mentor, a coach & a whole host of other areas of his life.

The filming will take place over a 12 month period and all funding will go towards equipment costs, production and expenses. This is a non-profit venture.

The Royal Marines Club has supported Mark with a £500 donation.