The Pryor team returned to Meadowhall this week to laser engrave the latest batch of names on the Heart of Steel with local hero Tony Foulds and The Steel Man team
The Pryor team were honoured to have marked the name of local hero, Tony Foulds onto the Heart of Steel. On 22 February 1944, Tony witnessed the B-17 Flying Fortress, known as Mi Amigo, crash at Endcliffe Park in Sheffield, during World War Two. Tony looks after Sheffield's memorial dedicated to the 10 pilots who died in the crash. With the help of BBC's Dan Walker, Tony organised a 75th anniversary flypast in honour of the pilots who died. The flypast involved 10 British and US military aircraft which set off from RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk.
This week, the Pryor and Steel Man teams were at Meadowhall shopping centre with Tony Foulds to laser engrave names on the Heart of Steel.
Thousands of people have donated money to British Heart Foundation to have their name or the name of a loved one laser engraved onto the Heart of Steel in Meadowhall shopping centre, Sheffield.
Visit British Heart Foundation here to have your name laser engraved onto the Heart of Steel
Find out more about the origins of the project and the portable laser technology here