The end is in sight for Suzie


A mother of two has completed five of the six fundraising events that she set herself to raise money for charity.

Suzie Trew-Foster, 38, of Heath and Reach, wanted to raise £3125 for Walk The Walk, a cancer charity, so far she has raised just under £3000.

She took part in the events in memory of her best friend who passed away from cancer last year.

Suzie ran the Brighton marathon for the first time, achieving her Personal Best 4:19:28hrs.

She was joined on the London Moonwalk by Pauline Irwin, Richard Irwin, Sarah Longstaffe, Matthew Morton, Pamela Brown, Sheryl Goan, Clare Trew, Samantha Giltrow, Emma Clarke, Nicola Thompson, Seri March and Rocci Pearson, Suzie finished joint first in 5:13hrs.

Suzie said: “All the events have gone really well and I am glad I only have one left.

“It was great for me to complete all the marathons and I am proud that I managed to get through it and complete it.

“I finished joint second at the Edinburgh moonwalk, which was two back to back marathons, that shows me that all the hard training was worth it.

“I have not got a favourite, they were all so different and I loved them all.

“The most difficult one for me was the London to Brighton walk because through illness and injury I really struggled.”

“My children came to support me at the Brighton and London marathons and they were there at the second part of the Edinburgh walk, it was great to see them cheering me on.”

She has completed the Brighton and London marathons, the London moonwalk, the London to Brighton walk and the Edinburgh moonwalk, she will complete her fundraising by taking part in the Great North Run in September.

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