Wellington dad in Teenage Cancer Trust run

The Musgrove family with Ed, far left, and Paul next to him.

The Musgrove family with Ed, far left, and Paul next to him.

First published in Wellington & Wiveliscombe

A FATHER from Wellington is dusting off his trainers to tackle the Bath Half-Marathon in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust after his son was diagnosed with leukaemia.

Paul Musgrove, 57, will take on the challenge on Sunday, March 3 for the second time to help his 22-year-old son, Ed, who is receiving treatment from the charity’s specialists.

Paul said: “We’re convinced that the specialist room Teenage Cancer Trust helped to build and fund has a lot to do with the great strides Ed’s making in beating the disease.”

Money raised from the run will go to the Teenage Cancer Trust’s South-West appeal and help sufferers in the region.

Visit www.virginmoneygiving.com/edmusgrove to donate.

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