PPE hero Aaron Shrive has been presented with a British Empire Medal after he made over 15,000 pieces of vital kit when the Covid pandemic blew up.
Aaron, who was living in Market Harborough at the time, worked up to an incredible 21 hours a day as he produced over 6,000 face shields and 9,000 ear savers for NHS staff and care workers.
The PPE powerhouse and hi-tech wizard used his 3D printers to relentlessly knock out the life-saving equipment for hospitals, medical centres and care homes all over the UK in the spring of 2020.
As a result Aaron, who now lives in Desborough, was saluted in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours.
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Source: Harborugh Mail
Date: 12 May