fundraisers are ready for 100km 'ultimate marathon'
Burnham-On-Sea fundraisers are set to take part in a 100km challenge
for a charity close to their hearts this weekend.
Gadd, 33, and his father in law Barry Whitcombe, 53, are running
The Cotswold Way Challenge on Saturday (July 1st), which is a 100km
'ultra marathon' that starts in Bath and finishes in Cheltenham.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "I'd been looking for a challenge
for a while and when Barry, my father in law, told me about The
Cotswold Way Challenge I jumped at the chance to join him."
signed up to do it for Cancer Support as it's a fantastic charity
and we have all lost someone to, or known someone battle, some form
myself lost my grandad to lung cancer at the end of 2016 and have
lost two friends at young ages to different types of cancer."
also fortunate enough to have met and know several cancer survivors
and by raising what I can I will hopefully help towards there being
more survivors than victims."
in one day is certainly going to be a challenge but it pales in
comparison to what cancer suffers go through and that will be my
motivation to see it through til the end. It is an epic challenge
for a worthy cause."
are doing it for Macmillan Cancer Support so any donations are most
welcome via their donations page here.