A Nottinghamshire man has challenged himself to run twenty half marathons in a year to raise money for a charity which helps people beat drink and drugs.
Graham Miller, from West Bridgford, is the chief executive of Double Impact, and is taking on the challenge to celebrate the organisation’s 20th Birthday in May 2018.
Graham, 54, has been with the charity since it was founded, when he was the only member of staff working from a small office within the Nottingham YMCA.
Double Impact was the brainchild of a former addict who saw need for support around education and housing for people trying to recover.
It has grown to employ 53 people, delivering projects and services in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.