runner takes on Paris Marathon in aid of local charity
man from Berrow and two friends will be taking part in the Paris
marathon this weekend in aid of a local charity.
Rob Kilduff, 36, of Penmoor Road in Berrow, will be running along
on his first marathon with friends Stu Walker and Will
Denyer to support Weston
taking part in the Marathon de Paris on Sunday 15th April, the
three friends hope to raise more than £3,000.
Rob told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "Having been friends with Stu
and Will for over three years and knowing that they are keen runners
like myself, we decided that it would be a good idea to run a
marathon together and the Paris one seemed ideal because you can
just pay to enter, unlike London's selection process."
"When Will asked me if it would be OK to run in aid of Weston
Hospicecare I said it would be my pleasure as I know his wife
Caroline is a patient there and is suffering from cancer."
"Also, a relative of mine was cared for there a few years
ago. Having run for charity before, but never a marathon, it is
nice to be able to raise money that will directly help Caroline,
Will and their two boys."
He will be running with Will Denyer, 37, from St Georges in Weston
and friend Stu Walker. Will's wife, Caroline, was diagnosed with
breast cancer and she has received several advbice sessions at
the Hospice, until a couple of months ago, Will had never had
any dealings with the charity. But his wifes condition deteriorated
and she started to be
The three friends will fly out to Paris this Friday, ready for
the run. If you would like to support Will, Stu and Rob, you can
donate via their Justgiving page at www.justgiving.com/will-stu-rob