A keen runner will be raising money for the charity he works for when he takes on the London Marathon at the end of the month.
Paul Webb is running the 26.2 mile challenge on Sunday, April 24, in aid of Norfolk charity, the Mancroft Advice Project (MAP).
The charity, which provides advice, counselling and youth work to young people aged 11-25, has a base at the Youth and Community Centre in Providence Street, Lynn, as well as drop in centres in Norwich and Great Yarmouth.
Mr Webb, a partnership co-ordinator for MAP, said: “Running the London Marathon has been an ambition of mine for many years. I’m proud to be doing this to raise funds for MAP, which helps young people find their way in life.”
To make a donation, visit: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/paulwebbmapmarathon