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■ A TEAM of 30 runners are set to take on tomorrow’s Coventry Half Marathon in a bid to raise £5,000 to help young cancer patients across the West Midlands.
The team, dubbed #TeamMesmerEyez, is being spearheaded by Haroon Mota, who works as a youth support co-ordinator on the Teenage Cancer Trust ward at University College Hospital in London.
Haroon, who lives in Coventry, said: “Teenage Cancer Trust is a truly amazing charity.
“It is vital that we continue to raise funds for them, as at the moment for every young person the charity can help, there is another they can’t.”
Meanwhile midwife Cheryl Thomas is aiming to buy equipment for Nuneaton’s George Eliot Hospital by taking part in the run.
Cheryl, who lives in Rugby, has been delivering babies since she started her training at Walsgrave Hospital in 1999.
Some of the runners who will take on the Coventry Half Marathon tomorrow for the Teenage Cancer Trust