London Marathon 2017: Norfolk runners taking part in world-famous challenge for health, education and children’s charities
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Health, education and children's charities will benefit from Norfolk runners taking part in this Sunday's London Marathon.
Scores of novices and experienced athletes will be taking part in the 26.2 mile race through the capital.
?A Hellesdon woman who hates running is taking part in her first marathon in aid of Alzheimer's Society.
Julia Snowling, 39, from Plantation Road, has so far raised just over £2,000 for the dementia charity.
The sign language interpreter wants to run for the charity because she was affected in a big way by her 73-year-old mother's diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease in 2014.
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?Bathroom salesman Liam Corcoran, 33, from Old Catton, is raising money for a charity which supports parents of children with special educational needs.
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Mr Corcoran, a father-of-three, has raised just over £700 for the Norfolk SEN Network.
His oldest son, Oscar, eight, has autism and is supported by Norfolk SEN Network
To donate visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com/LiamLondon
A Heacham woman is running her first marathon for the MIND west Norfolk branch.
Joanna Carr, 48, is supporting the charity because it has a day centre in the west Norfolk village.
She is also doing the challenge in memory of her best friend's brother, Jamie Howe, who died.
She has so far raised £2,300.
?A bank worker and mother-of-two from Colkirk is taking on her first marathon for Break children's charity.
Anne-Marie Chilvers has raised just under £3,000.
To donate visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Annemariechilvers?Shannen Greaves, 23, who works with vulnerable children as well as in a primary school is raising money for East Anglia's Children's Hospices by running the marathon.
To donate visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com/ShannenGreaves?Norwich resident John Bradley, 32, is running the marathon for the Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF).
He is supporting MRF because his close friend Danny Sweatman lost two brothers Joe and Ryan to meningitis.
To donate visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/John-Bradley10