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TREV BIGLIN (Pictured left) from Easington ran his fourth London Marathon on April 26, 2017 for Children with Cancer UK charity.

It was a very warm Sunday in the capital and Trev completed the race in a time of 4 hours 16 minutes, with his wife Lisa, two nieces Beckie and Lucy and friend Shannon cheering him on as he passed Big Ben.

 As in previous years, Trev has raised a lot of money for the charity, but this year he was amazed as a total amount of £15,424.12 went to Children with Cancer UK. 

Special thanks go to Mike Wilson, butcher and all his customers, Centrica Storage Easington, MKM Withernsea, Tesco at Withernsea, Hall Road and St Stephens, Easington Fishing Club, Ken and Steph Walker, Stuart Saunt, John Clarke, Andy Robinson, Deb and Rod Heald, Ken and Rich Fewster, Yukka, Redhall Engineering and Easington and Kilnsea Caravan Parks. 

Also, to Mick Robinson, Chris and Karen Peart, Mark Grassby, the Buckles, the Pryors, Dave Whiting, Nick and Angie Jackson, Claire Priestner, Robbo and Andrea, Paul and Sandra at the Granby, Mally and Tracey Douglas and Portland Dental Practice. 

And, to Dave at HTS, Doug and Rosie Clubley, James Kirkwood, Brian and Linda Clubley and girls, George Lodges, Charlie Hill, A J Stephensons, Northfield Agriculture, the Leckonby’s, James Chandler, Paul Purvis and all at the White Horse, the Patterson family, R.D. Websters, Andrew and Cherry Boothroyd and families, Dave and Jimmy Dawson, John Bird and the Holmpton Hodgsons.

Also, many thanks to everyone who helped with the coffee morning in Easington Village Hall, and those who came bag packing at Tesco, especially little Angie!
The biggest thanks again has to go to my wife, Lisa, because without her support none of this would have been possible. 

Trevor said: “As I’ve said before this was my last London Marathon, but it will depend if anyone buys me a pair of running shoes for Christmas!”

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