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Grantham King’s School teacher to run London Marathon for cancer charity




King's School teacher Aaron Harrison is running in the London Marathon in aid of Pancreatic Cancer UK.
King's School teacher Aaron Harrison is running in the London Marathon in aid of Pancreatic Cancer UK.

King’s School P.E. teacher Aaron Harrison will be attempting his first marathon on Sunday in aid of a charity close to his heart.

Aaron, 22, said: “I will be running my first ever marathon on behalf of Pancreatic Cancer UK. I wanted to raise awareness for the charity that is very close to my heart after losing my grandad to the disease in 2002. After bravely fighting the cancer he sadly passed away on April 6, 2002.”

To sponsor Aaron go to uk.virginmoneygiving.com/AaronHarrison



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