A Wycombe Wanderers supporter will run this weekend’s London Marathon to raise funds for a disability charity.

Siân Culley, who has been a Chairboys fan all her life, will take part in the event in aid of Level Playing Field – a charitable organisation that helps impaired sporting enthusiasts watch and attend events.

Siân said: “Both of my parents are disabled, and they love going along to support Wycombe.

“I didn’t realise the impact good stewarding or facilities could have until I was trying to help manoeuvre them, and you see the range of accessibility at different grounds.

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“This is a really important cause and my parents are very proud.

"They could not do this themselves, but I am able to run for a charity so close to them.

“It will be my 11th marathon and the atmosphere in London is really lovely.

"Being surrounded by other people raising money is so inspiring.”

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Siân will be joining Eilish McColgan, Mo Farah, David Weir, and 40,000 others on the start line this Sunday, but you will be able to spot her wearing a Wycombe shirt.

Visit Siân’s JustGiving page, www.justgiving.com/fundraising/marasian, to donate to Level Playing Field.