A man from Marlow has raised money for the NHS staff and volunteers by running every day throughout May.

Ian Martin, who currently lives in the town, ran an incredible 10km per day during the month of May where he has currently raised £4,370 for those on the front line - £370 over his original target.

This is the equivalent of running nine full marathons with Ian covering a total of 310km.

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On their Just Giving Page, it read: “Working for Xerox, we operate within our public sector organisation and therefore work with the NHS every day.

“We have been humbled and inspired to make our own small contribution to the amazing fundraising that has been established in support of all NHS and health care workers, as the nation pulls together to help us fight Covid-19.

“NHS Charities Together is a collective experience representing, supporting, and championing the work of the NHS' official charities.

“NHS Charities give £1m a day to the NHS, providing vital funds to help the NHS to do more. The charity supports our brave and dedicated NHS staff and volunteers caring for Covid-19 patients.

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“Our distance will be tracked, so It would be great if you would like to join us in our daily run and raise even more funds, so please let us know and we will add you to the story

“No matter how small your donation, it will collectively make a real difference.”

Following the final run on May 31, many people who live within Marlow have praised his efforts to help the nurses during the pandemic.

If you would like to donate, click here.