A young father of Lincolnshire is committed to put on their running shoes and participate in marathon London this year in aid of the Alzheimer’s Research UK.
33 years old, Darren Austin, a consultant food productivity Iceland, will join more than 37,000 runners on Sunday (April 21st).
He admitted not knowing much about the cause of charity to support their employers began three years ago. However, it is now fully aware of the impact of Alzheimer’s disease has on the lives of people with the disease and their families.
Mr. Austin was encouraged every step of the way by his wife Rachel and his son Leo-Beck.
Steve Hudd, director of fundraising Alzheimer’s Research UK, said: “We really appreciate the efforts of Darren to help beat Alzheimer’s disease and the continued support of everyone in Iceland food . We wish Darren success with his first marathon. ”
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