100 miles in 31 days charity challenge
- Credit: JORDAN BULLMAN
A Fenland man is running 100 miles in 31 days to raise money for a local charity.
Jordan Bullman, who was born in Manea but now lives in Chatteris, is taking on the fundraising challenge in aid of Scotty's Little Soldiers.
The 27-year-old, who volunteers with the Cambridgeshire Army Cadet Force, said: "I chose the charity after reading Nikki Scott’s story about her setting up the charity after the death of Cpl Lee Scott.
"To read that she received a BEM in the Queen's New Year Honours is very well deserved."
Jordan added that "the reason I set these challenges was to encourage the cadets and adult volunteers to get more active within Cambs ACF.
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"I also thought that it would support them in terms of their own mental health because exercise helps.
Jordan, who also works at Ivor Searle Ltd - which recondition commercial engines - added that he has been running a few times per week since the first lockdown after recovering from a back injury.
Donate to 'Jordan's 100 Miles in 31 Days' fundraising page online.
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