Marathon man shows dedication to Gorleston landmark
- Credit: Craig Cathcpole
A Norwich man will be running the distance of the London Marathon around a Gorleston landmark.
Craig Catchpole will run a loop of 26.2 miles around Gorleston Pavilion Theatre on Sunday, October 3.
Mr Catchpole will be picking up the pace in an attempt to raise £400 for the historic building, which he says is "the most beautiful".
The marathon man first came across Gorleston Pavilion in 2007.
"It was and still is such a stunning building," Mr Catchpole said.
""Don't let jewels like this in Norfolk go to ruin, so help me and my fellow fundraisers build a massive total.
"Every penny counts."
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Alex Youngs, the charity trustee at Gorleston Pavilion, said: "It's so lovely as Craig has been a big part of theatre life for years.
"We are so grateful for him helping us raise funds and awareness of our five-year plan.
"It's going to be a lovely day."
Craig's Virgin Money page can be found here.