Although Sick Kids Save Point officially gets underway this coming weekend, some people are forced to shift their marathon due to outside commitments.
Neil Gow undertook his marathon a week early, and played only children’s games.
“Thanks to everyone for their encouragement and support, it’s been a long couple of days but thoroughly worthwhile,” he said, after raising an incredible £554.30 for the Sick Kids Friends foundation.
Oh good. #SKSP pic.twitter.com/QDzPRYhke3
— Neil Gow (@ohwassat) October 3, 2015
Today our Welsh champion Matthew Maloney has kicked off his 36 hour test, which has already seen some Dying Light and Sleeping Dogs – we hope he doesn’t sleep when the light really does die!