Stephens, Ben

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Ben Stephens comes from near Newmarket in Suffolk. A former Grenadier Guard he now runs his own foreign exchange business buying and selling currency. On the plinth he will be dressed as a gorilla, with 'Go Ape' on his T shirt. 'Go Ape' run tree top camps in the UK free top camps in the UK for adults and children. He will also be raising awareness and support for the Colonel's Trust, which supports soldiers who have problems integrating into Society, or who suffer physical, emotional or mental trauma after spending time in combat. He said that often these mental, emotional or social problems surfaced after several years.

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