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Serena tackles London Marathon dressed as fairy for charity

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Tom Franklin, 35, completed the famous 26.2-mile course in the capital on Sunday. He has raised £865 of his £2,000 target in the process. He was inspired to run by the death of his father David Franklin from lung cancer on the 25th anniversary of his passing.
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Serena tackles London Marathon dressed as fairy for charity

A NORTH Yorkshire woman tackled the London Marathon dressed as a fairy to raise money for a deaf children's charity.

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London Marathon runner completes for charity

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