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Charity runners’ marathon effort raises £26,000

Jane Simons, fitness instructor from Winslow ran the London Marathon for MS Therapy Centres.
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Jane Simons, fitness instructor from Winslow ran the London Marathon for MS Therapy Centres. 140319M-B364 PNL-140319-133839001

London Marathon fundraisers from our area raised more than £26,000 on Sunday.

Andrea Stott, from Whitfield, and brother Craig raised £3,529.92 for Helen and Douglas House. Andrea finished in 6.56.57 and Craig in 3.58.05.

Najib Afghan, from Stowe, raised £4,000 for Children in Crisis and finished in 4.03.36.

Des Burns, from Bicester, has collected £3,677 and completed the race in 5.29.02.

Epilepsy Action will receive £3,894 thanks to Adrian Saint, also from Bicester, who came home in 4.38.50.

A time of 5.51.53 helped Leah Mahi, from Buckingham, to generate £2,553 for her charity, Rays of Sunshine Children’s Charity.

Bicester runner Ros White crossed the line after 5.04.29, collecting £1,176 for Help the Hospices along the way.

Teacher Sarah Whittaker, from Buckingham, amassed £1,556.20 for Children with Cancer UK, in 4.25.29.

Twins Charlotte and Oli Geen, also from Buckingham, jointly raised £1,003.67 for Astham UK, completing the course in 4.00.40 and 3.53.28, respectively.

Peter Roycroft’s 6.36.57 effort earned him £2,286.16 for Alzheimer’s Research UK.

Winslow’s Jane Simons, ran in 3.55.30, raising £1,010 for MS Therapy Centres.

Jessica Rawlings, also from Winslow, notched up £30 for the Anaphylaxis Campaign and a time of 6.36.54.

Rebecca Evans’ charity Family Action will receive £2,097.06 thanks to her time of 6.09.28.

 

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