The dynamic duo have yet another venture to complete on the 21st of April, which is the date of the London Marathon this year. First it was the Beachy Head Marathon, then it was the North Downs Run 30km, and after that it was the Grizzly in Devon, Next comes the biggest event of all on the streets of London, with not a pile of sawdust to be seen anywhere, how will we know which way to go?
This year marks a special anniversary for Paul
as it will be 30 years since he first ran the London Marathon in 1983. Since then all my 14 marathons and numerous triathlons have been completed despite having Type 1 Diabetes (insulin dependent), so I am using my effort at this year’s race to raise funds for the “Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation”, who specialise in funding research to find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes, which can affect a number of young children and teenagers for the rest of their life.
Please visit my fund raising page below, remembering that Fidelity my employer will grant match and effectively double any donation, and also that a couple of tick boxes will enable gift aid to be claimed by the charity to reclaim tax paid on any donations.
For Gill the London will be her first ever road marathon having previously run the distance 3 times at Beachy Head. Personal experiences from the last few years have made her choose the following charities to seek any donations you may be able to make: Macmillan Cancer Support Cancer Research UK Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Please visit my fund raising page below, and remember that a couple of tick boxes will enable gift aid to be claimed by the charity to reclaim tax paid on any donations.