A charity runner is taking on his most gruelling challenge yet to once again raise money for a very worthy cause.
Neil Foulkes will run the London Marathon to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy UK.
Last year Neil ran the West Lothian Half Marathon and the money was split between the charity and Oliver Gillon, a little boy who has the condition.
Neil, who lives in Livingston, said: “I’m now very close to my biggest challenge yet, the 2018 Virgin Money London Marathon for my chosen charity is Muscular Dystrophy UK.
“This is a charity I’ve worked closely with in the last year and some people may remember when I ran the West Lothian Half Marathon last year for the same charity.