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Andrew Shoreman

Andrew Shoreman

My Story

Hey Everyone! I'm getting ready for this marathon and your support would mean everything. It's all about making a difference and your contribution will help me cross that finish line for our cause. Major thank you to those who have already donated and placed your bets!

The London Marathon has become an annual, inspiring and colourful fixture in the world’s sporting calendar since the inaugural race on 29 March 1981: a celebration of fun, fundraising and fancy dress.

Over the years more than a million people have completed the 26.2-mile course – which runs from Blackheath to The Mall, with a spectacular finish in front of Buckingham Palace, showcasing the very best that the capital city has to offer.

What’s more, these participants have raised over a billion pounds for charity and there have been countless amazing tales of human achievement throughout the event’s history – living up to its aim of helping participants ‘to have fun, and provide some happiness and sense of achievement in a troubled world’.

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Funded

  • Target
    £1,500
  • Raised so far
    £1,614
  • Number of donors
    57

My Story

Hey Everyone! I'm getting ready for this marathon and your support would mean everything. It's all about making a difference and your contribution will help me cross that finish line for our cause. Major thank you to those who have already donated and placed your bets!

The London Marathon has become an annual, inspiring and colourful fixture in the world’s sporting calendar since the inaugural race on 29 March 1981: a celebration of fun, fundraising and fancy dress.

Over the years more than a million people have completed the 26.2-mile course – which runs from Blackheath to The Mall, with a spectacular finish in front of Buckingham Palace, showcasing the very best that the capital city has to offer.

What’s more, these participants have raised over a billion pounds for charity and there have been countless amazing tales of human achievement throughout the event’s history – living up to its aim of helping participants ‘to have fun, and provide some happiness and sense of achievement in a troubled world’.