Astle Paterson’s very own Liam O’Shea took part the London Marathon for the Brain and Spine Foundation on Sunday 24th April 2016.
Liam, a Director and Solicitor at Astle Paterson ran to raise funds for the Brain and Spine Foundation, which supports people affected by brain and spine conditions – people like Liam’s father Danny who himself suffered a brain tumour in his mid-40s and 20 years later suffered a bleed on the brain.
After completing the 26.2 mile course in 3 hours 52 minutes, Liam said “I have been truly humbled by the level of donations and support that has been given in the build up to and on the day of the London Marathon.
The race was very tough going from mile 22 onwards and I was very glad to turn right into Pall Mall and see the finish line! However, crossing Tower Bridge at mile 12 to a wall of sound on either side was a fantastic experience and will live with me forever.
Thank you to everyone at Astle Paterson, my fellow professionals, family and friends who have all come together to donate and assist in raising over £3,000.00 for the Brain and Spine Foundation.”
If you would like to donate to Liam’s fund-raising pot then please click here.
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