2020 Paris Marathon
18 Oct 2020

Richard's Giving Page

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Richard Morgan

Total raised


+ £118.75 Gift Aid

84 Complete
84% of £1,000.00 target

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I’m raising as much as I can to beat cancer

In memory of

David Morgan. Dad

Yep... Ya boy is officially running a FULL marathon. In Paris. I know, right?

So over brunch with near and dear, the day before Cardiff's 2018 half, I was asked: "Will you go double the distance?" to which I reply "Gimme double the time."

I'm terrified already.

Last year due to the popularity of Cancer Research, I couldn't run on their behalf so I ran for Marie Curie. I raised £1090. This lax and stocky lad caught a running bug. I signed up for Cardiff '19 about 2 hours after registration started.

Cancer Research kindly offer cheaper entry to Paris provided you raise at least a grand for them. So... By the 5th of April 2020, this page needs to be 4 figures. 319 days to fundraise and get in shape to run 26.2 miles. In Paris.

Come October, there will be the Cardiff half. I wanna beat my time of 2:28:23. Come Paris... To finish in time would be ideal!

Help a fella out?

Latest updates


Newbridge on Usk Collection Box



(Was left on the bar for the majority of March, about 3 weeks. Weirdly all the change equalled that number exactly!)





+£6.25 Gift Aid

Routing for you! Good luck xx


Patrons of The Lansdowne Pub



After hosting and creating a pub quiz for the second time, I made this sweet number yesterday the 4th March. Thank you to everyone that took part x


Natalie Lewis



+£6.25 Gift Aid

David Davies



Good luck. Dave and Linda x


Daniel Farrell



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Keep up the hard work, you will smash this !!

Total raised£841.20



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