fundraiser's ready to run in memory of her uncle
Burnham-On-Sea lady is set to take part in a race in aid of the
charity which cared for her uncle.
Biddiscombe will take part in Weston Hospicecares Colour
Run next month in memory of her uncle Paul Jackson, who died in
Biddiscombe, aged 48, took part in the event last year to honour
Pauls memory and enjoyed it so much that she decided to
take part again in this years event, which takes place on
the beach on April 24.
said: "My uncle Paul was an amazing man. I was very close
to him and he was more like a brother to me than an uncle."
was very artistic and loved nature and the beach. He was such
a colourful character so this seems the perfect thing to do in
his memory. I
had such a great time last year and it was fantastic to see so
many people engaging with each other."
has their own special reason for taking part and it really was
an unforgettable experience."
Biddiscombe, who has two grandchildren and works at Weston General
Hospital, said running had helped her come to terms with her grief
and urged people to support the hospice.
said: "Weston Hospicecare is such a worthwhile cause and
I would encourage as many people as possible to experience the
fun of the Colour Run. Youll never forget it."
me, running has been very therapeutic and has helped me come to
terms with my grief. Im looking forward to tackling the
course but anyone can take part you dont have to
run it (and) lots of people walk."
5km race will start at 2pm outside the Tropicana. To register,
here or contact 01934 423960 by April 17.