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Teen who was diagnosed with a tumour set to be a charity's youngest ever marathon runner
Daniel Burridge, 18, will be taking part in the London Marathon for Brain Tumour Research
Chalfont St Peter
Mark to run Dover Coastal Marathon in memory of mum
Hill will be raising money for British Skin Foundation and Thames Hospice
Jordans runner is fifth highest fundraiser in London Marathon
Helen White raised money for the Neuro Foundation as her nine-year-old daughter suffers from Neurofibromatosis
Bucks mother to mark 50th birthday by running 31 marathons in 31 days
Anna Thubron will run a marathon every day throughout May to raise cash for Humanity Direct.
London Marathon 2016: How did Chiltern Harriers get on?
An Ever Present keeping his record in tact was among some impressive performances
Hospice's 15-strong team all complete the London Marathon
A team of 15 runners all completed the London Marathon yesterday (Sun) in aid of Rennie Grove Hospice Care.
Ley Hill couple to tackle the London Marathon this weekend
Sarah and Dave Peterson, from Ley Hill, will be running the London Marathon on Sunday (Apr 24) in aid of Rennie Grove Hospice Care.
South Bucks Hospice
Bucks father to complete his third marathon in three weeks this weekend
A fahter-of-two will complete his challenge of running three marathons in three weeks this weekend.
Chalfonts Community College
Ex-apprentice horse jockey to run the London Marathon in memory of her mum
Elaine Coker, from Chalfont St Peter, is hoping to raise £2,000 for Leukaemia CARE and the Chalfonts Community College
Chesham GP to run London Marathon for charity that supports his deaf sister
Dr Kaiser Munir, 34, from Chartridge Lane, Chesham, will run the London Marathon on Sunday (Apr 24) in aid of Action on Hearing Loss.
London Marathon 2016: Chiltern Harriers confirm plans for the big day in the capital
Harriers are once again running a coach for runners, friends and family to the start of the London Marathon
Chalfont St Giles policeman to raise £4k for local charity by running London Marathon
Paul Franklin is raising the money for Action4Archie, a charity set up by the parents of Chalfont St Peter boy Archie Hill, who suffers from Duchenne muscular dystrophy
South Bucks Hospice
Bucks father to run three marathons in three weeks to raise cash for hospice
Father-of-two Matt Fowler, 47, will run three marathons in three weeks to raise money for South Bucks Hospice.
Amersham man running London Marathon in aid of two disability charities
Tom Dixon, 36, from Amersham, is running in the London Marathon to raise money for Mobility Choice and Scope.
Amersham woman set to run London Marathon nearly a decade after cancer diagnosis
Lois Rennie, 43, from Amersham, says her 'world was blown apart' after her diagnosis - she is running in April in celebration of her life
Beaconsfield charity is looking for runners to complete the London Marathon on its behalf
The charity Waves wants to hear from any runners who are keen to take on the challenge
Can you run a marathon for South Bucks Counselling?
The charity is seeking a runner for the Virgin London Marathon 2016
Woman raises more than £10,000 for charity
Paul Dorasaimy, from Chalfont St Peter, ran the marathon in four hours and 10 minutes for Bowel and Cancer Research
Buckinghamshire County Council
County council officer raises nearly £2,000 for charity
Nic Martin ran the London Marathon in four hours, 39 minutes
A personal trainer ran the London marathon and raised funds for a dog society
So far, Keith Tucker has raised £511 for the Chilterns Dog Rescue Society
Man loses three toenails but still runs the Marathon
Mark Hill, from Chalfont St Giles, completed the London Marathon on Sunday (April 26) just two weeks after completing the Brighton Marathon
Diabetes was no drawback for a woman to run the marathon
Kirsteen Swann ran the world-famous event in a speedy time
Chesham woman gets 'running bug' after completing the London Marathon
Veronica Pearce, 30, from Chesham, ran the marathon in aid of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
Mother-of-two achieves her London Marathon dream
Tina Howarth, 42, completed her first marathon on Sunday, which was a dream from her school days.