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Cromer man’s fundraising mission

PUBLISHED: 07:00 17 March 2011 | UPDATED: 08:49 17 March 2011

Marathon runner - from left to right Lisa Bonnett, Stuart Muirhead, team leaders at the Co-operative store,  Alan Lamb, runner and Mark Dixon, store manager

Marathon runner - from left to right Lisa Bonnett, Stuart Muirhead, team leaders at the Co-operative store, Alan Lamb, runner and Mark Dixon, store manager

Anglia Co-operative

A Cromer man who took on the challenge of running a marathon in Barcelona in a bid to help wounded war heroes has carried on his fundraising.

Alan Lamb, 42, raised £1,200 for Help for Heroes, the charity supporting wounded members of our Armed Forces, by running in the Barcelona Marathon on Sunday, March 6.

He now aims to continue fundraising for the charity until he hits the £1,500 mark.

On Saturday, March 12, he carried on with his fundraising by collecting at the Anglia Co-operative foodstore in Middlebrook Way, Cromer.


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