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London Marathon 2018

We are thrilled to have such a dedicated team of Marathon runners to represent the National Eczema Society out on the iconic London Marathon Course. This years' runners are Paul Claydon, Cass Graham, Ged Begley, Kirsty Harmer, Swaek Prakitritanon, Jonathan Pitayanukul, Rachel Ollington, Rhonda Meys, Ifedayo Adeyeye and Emily Robinson. Our Marathon runners are critical to our fundraising efforts year on year, especially this year, whilst we are desperately trying to build a sustainable income to secure the future of the Helpline and information services we provide to the eczema community. Over 6 million people in the UK are living with eczema and the significant effects it can have on day to day life. Please show your support to the Marathon team (and to the National Eczema Society) by making a donation.

Jonathan Pitayanukul & Swaek Prakitri...

Jonathan Pitayanukul & Swaek Prakitritanon

Marathon veteran Jonathan Pitayanukul who first ran the London Marathon for the National Eczema Society in 2016, returns to the NES team of runners, joined by his nephew Swaek Prakitritanon. 

Paul Claydon...

Paul Claydon

I think it will be a fantastic personal achievement and something that will make my friends and family very proud whilst also raising money for such an important charity.

Cass Graham...

Cass Graham

'I've suffered from eczema since I was born, so for me the daily physical and psychological battle with the condition is very real.' 

Ged Begley...

Ged Begley

Also competing in his first marathon is Ged Begley, who was inspired to take part having supported his close friend Lee Rudd at last year's event.

Kirsty Harmer...

Kirsty Harmer

Runner Kirsty Harmer has been inspired by watching long standing NES supporter and fundraiser Spencer Townsend take on the Marathon last year.

Emily Robinson...

Emily Robinson

Since Emily has been old enough to stand she has been volunteering for the charity in various roles with everything from selling raffle tickets at a summer fete to picking Christmas card designs in Spring! "Having grown u...