March man completes London Marathon and raises more than £500 for Parkinson’s UK

14:48 14 April 2014

Mark Salmons, 38, from  March, Cambridgeshire raised over £500 for Parkinson’s UK, when he ran the London Marathon.

Mark Salmons, 38, from March, Cambridgeshire raised over £500 for Parkinson’s UK, when he ran the London Marathon.


A Fenland man raised more than £500 for charity when he took part in the London Marathon yesterday.

Mark Salmons, 38, of March, joined a team of 225 athletes who were rasing funds for Parkinson’s UK as part of Parkinson’s Awareness Week.

He completed the run in three and a half hours.


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