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The Marathon man

Filed: Saturday, 8th December 2007
By: Matthew O'Greel

KUMB's Colin Wells will once again be taking part in the Flora London Marathon - and needs your help!

Colin - who has run the marathon in previous years on behalf of the Bobby Moore Trust - will this year be running on behalf of Shelter, the homeless charity, and sends us this message:

"I'm taking part in the 2008 London Marathon on 13th April to raise money for Shelter and would really welcome your financial support.

"SHELTER helps 100,000 people a year fight for decent housing. Please dig deep and sponsor us to help the homeless and those in run-down, overcrowded or dangerous housing.

"It's really easy (and not as painful as 26 miles) - you can donate online by credit or debit card here.

"All donations are secure and sent electronically to Shelter. If you are a UK taxpayer, JustGiving will add an automatic 28% bonus to your donation at no cost to you.

"Please join me in supporting Shelter and a fabulous cause!"

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