Home Instead Senior Care Support Marathon Runners.

Home Instead Senior Care has donated two executive tickets to watch Manchester United play Swansea City football at Old Trafford for the last home game of the current season.

The two tickets were auctioned at a charity fundraising evening and raised an amazing £1500! The Swansea branch of Home Instead was delighted to have contributed to this fantastic event.

Please read on to find out about the Seven Marathon Run...

6 NATIONS 7 MARATHONS 3 RUGBY FANATICS – GOING THE EXTRA MILE FOR RUGBY AND CHARITY

A trio of rugby-mad fundraisers are going the extra mile for charity during this year's 6 Nations Rugby Championship by attempting to run all the way from Cardiff's Millennium Stadium to Twickenham.

The three men from Porthcawl will be joined by over 30 runners as they begin the epic 180-mile journey from the pitch of Millennium Stadium - running the equivalent of seven marathons in seven days - to reach Twickenham just before the start of the Wales v England RBS 6 Nations Match on the 25th February.

Mike Hnyda, Sean Whare and Darren Powell will be running the 180 miles to Twickers HQ in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support, Help for Heroes, Glaze Prostate and The Sandville Self Help Centre outside Porthcawl.

Darren commented: “We want to help a number of different charities so it seemed right to pick both local and national causes as they help so many people in so many different ways. Our last fundraising event raised over £20,000 for Help for Heroes and this time we hope to smash that target.”

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Family welcoming a Home Instead care manager into their home