Race seven of charity campaign completed by Thorpe St Andrew fundraiser
Thorpe St Andrew fundraiser Phil Norman is entering the finishing stretch of his long-distance running exploits in aid of deaf-blind charity, Sense.
Runs six and seven of Mr Norman's campaign to complete 10 long-distance races within 12 months have now been completed, finishing the the BUPA Great Birmingham Run half marathon in 1 hour 48 minutes and the BUPA Great South Run 10-mile event in 1 hour 16 minutes.
Mr Norman, who has now raised over �1,340, said: 'The next race in my challenge is The City of Norwich Half Marathon at the Norfolk Showground on Sunday 25th November.
'The support and fundraising received has kept me going throughout my challenge so far.'
To donate to Mr Norman's cause, go to http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PhilNormanLondonMarathon2010
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