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Sculpture of Royal Marine Veteran Mark Ormrod Officially Unveiled


The statue – named 'Undefeated' - is of Mark's torso and will be sold to raise funds for The Royal Marines Charity and BLESMA.

On Monday 24th September, a sculpture featuring the torso of Royal Marine Veteran Mark Ormrod was officially unveiled at Aviva’s Head Office in London.

The piece has been created by international sculpture Ben Dearnley and was officially unveiled at Aviva HQ in a ceremony in London, by their Chairman, Sir Adrian Montague, CBE.

“It’s a great honour for us to be able to display this sculpture and highlight the sacrifice our Armed Forces make on our behalf.”

Aviva Spokesman

Former Royal Marine, Mark, became the first triple amputee of the war in Afghanistan after losing both legs and his right arm on Christmas Eve 2007.

View Mark’s story below

Its unveiling comes ahead of a tour across corporate business buildings in London, ahead of the piece being auctioned to raise funds for BLESMA & The Royal Marines Charity.

If you would like to own this unique and inspiring artwork you can place a bid using the link below. All proceeds raised will be shared between The Royal Marines Charity & Blesma.

Dates of 'Undefeated' tour: