Teacher who suffered double stroke moves back home after nine years
Avril Burns, continuing health care Manager, Cllr David Daniels, Gareth Lane and Alan Brunt with Paul in his new home A POPULAR teacher from Torfaen who suffered a double stroke has moved back to Cwmbran and become the first resident in the newly built adaptive bungalows. Paul Scriven, 41, collapsed and suffered a double stroke in January 2009, which left him unable to move.
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