Two supporters of a breast cancer charity will be raising money for it by taking part in this year's Flora London Marathon.
Alex Williams, from Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, and Beth-any Dagger from Warwickshire will be taking part in the race on April 23 to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Campaign charity.
Mrs Williams was diagnosed with breast cancer nearly five years ago and her sister died two months later of the same cancer.
She said:"I will be running in memory of her and to celebrate all the women who live with breast cancer and to remember women like my sister who fought but did not win."
Bethany Dagger will be running with her father to raise money in memory of her stepmother, who died of breast cancer almost three years ago. She said: "My father wanted to do something in my stepmother's memory. He wanted to do something which he would have to work for and be proud of.
Arlene Wilke, director of research and policy at Breast Cancer Campaign, said: "Regular physical exercise is good for your health. It helps to prevent weight gain and promotes general well being." ..SUPL: