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George Anderson has set himself the challenge of running 10 marathons in aid of Thomley Hall, which organises activities for disabled children

George Anderson has set himself the challenge of running 10 marathons in aid of Thomley Hall, which organises activities for disabled children

A bootcamp instructor has set himself the task of running 10 marathons over 10 days in aid of a charity which organises activities for disabled people.

George Anderson, 36, of Webster Close, Thame, is taking on the 262 mile challenge in aid of Thomley Activity Centre in Worminghall, which organises fun stuff for disabled people and their families.

BBC Radio Oxford will be capturing George as he sets off on Tuesday on the first of 10 marathons in and around Thame.

The fitness fanatic, who is dad to Fern, 7, Rowan, three and two-year-old Gabriel, said: “I really want people from the local community to come and get involved, even if they just run part of the way with me.”

Big name sponsors including DAF, ASK, Stoneworld and Lucy Switchgear are already on board.

George has recently had a book published – The Beginner’s Luck Guide for Non-Runners – which is available on Amazon.co.uk.

Visit www.justgiving.com/George10in10 to donate. Details of the individual runs are available on www.thame10in10.co.uk

 

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