Aerobility needs your support to sprint to 2015 London Marathon success! Help us to help Paul to beat his target. Together we can double it!

Paul Yates, who works for Seager Publishing’s FLYER magazine (a long-time supporter of Aerobility) has made the brave decision to commit to running the 2015 London for Aerobility which takes place in less than three weeks time.

“Please support Paul and Aerobility in our first ever official London marathon place. Finding sufficient funds to meet demand is tough . Every pound pledged makes a real difference. I have just sponsored Paul, I'm hoping you will do the same. Let’s help Paul to smash his £1500 fundraising target!" – Mike Miller-Smith at Aerobility.

During his training Paul has abstained from alcohol for a whole year (even during the Six Nations!) and has overcome an injured knee, in order to complete the Bath, Chippenham and Reading Half Marathon as well as the Tarka Trail in preparation for the big event on April 26th. 

Paul commented “I took up running a few years ago after finally hanging up the rugby boots. Given I'm built for comfort rather than speed or distance, I can't say that I'll be doing too many full marathons, so I wanted to choose the big one, the London marathon, and also use this personal goal to make a difference to a charity that makes a real difference to people's lives."

Paul is just over half way towards his target and with the race in less than 3 weeks we need your support. So if you think Pauls dedicated training or abstinence from alcohol deserves a donation or you simply want to support Aerobility please visit Pauls fundraising page and make a donation

By making a donation, no matter how small you will be you are helping to ensure Aerobility can continue their great work and change people's lives!