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A Rotherhithe man is entering as many London running events as he can to raise £10K

 

A Rotherhithe amateur runner has signed up to all runs in London to help reach his goal of raising £10,000 for Make a Wish.

Danny Cooper, 25, has tackled three out of thirteen runs so far and wants to achieve the feat by the time he turns 30.

The father-of-one’s next challenge is the Royal Parks Half Marathon next month, and more recently completed the Virgin Marathon earlier this year and a 10K last week.

Danny said: “I’ve never done any running before. It was the first time I’ve ever run to be honest in the marathon. Since then I got the bug. The marathon was really painful coming to the end but I got through it. I chose Make a Wish because what they do is great.

“I have a young girl myself and God forbid anything happened to her.”

To donate to Danny, visit www.justgiving.com/wishescometrue

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