He will be participating in the Sue Ryder Mascot Race, at Wetherby Racecourse on 30th April to support Martin House Children's Hospice, his chosen charity.
Captain Comms is not just any ordinary runner; he is a fearless superhero who is always ready to tackle challenges head-on. He is determined to go above and beyond to support Martin House Children's Hospice and their mission to provide comfort and care for children and families who are facing some of the most difficult times of their lives. By participating in the Sue Ryder Mascot Race, Captain Comms hopes to raise awareness and funds for this incredible charity and help make a positive impact in his community.
Running in a mascot race is no easy feat, but our hero is up for the challenge! His enthusiasm and passion for the cause are infectious, and he hopes to inspire others to get involved and support Martin House Children's Hospice in any way they can - every penny counts!
Please join him in this incredible journey and support him in his fundraising efforts.
Let's support those who need it most.