Running the London Marathon in Daniel De-Gale's honour

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Running the London Marathon in Daniel De-Gale's honour

The capital's pavements are set to take a pounding as the London Marathon returns on Sunday 24th April 2016. Among the tens of thousands of people taking part is a Londoner hoping to cross the finish line to mark the 20th anniversary of a blood cancer charity set up in his late son's honour. Orin Lewis is the co-founder of the African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust (ACLT), and has been telling London Live News why Daniel De-Gale's death inspired the decision.

Orin is aiming to raise £20,000 for the ACLT charity:

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