Three of Uckfield's London Marathon runners. From the left are Millie Atkinson, Maria Mann, and Daniel Sims.

Congratulations to successful London Marathon runners

At least four Uckfield runners were among those completing the London Marathon on Sunday. They were Camilla (Millie) Atkinson, Maria Mann, Daniel Sims and Charlie Gravett.

Millie finished the 26.2 mile course in six hours and 40 minutes. She really struggled mid-way but was thrilled to collect her medal and to learn she has raised £3,125 for CLIC Sargent, a charity which supported her through cancer as a child.

Read more about Millie here: Millie raises funds for charity that helped her through cancer.

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Millie Atkinson successfully completed the London Marathon and raised more than £3,000 for CLIC Sargent.

Maria finished in four hours, 50 minutes, and said that after a really bad week with fibromyalgia she woke up on Sunday feeling good for the first time in ages. “I smiled the whole way round,” she said. She has raised nearly £3,000 for St Peter and St James Hospice.

Find Maria’s story here: Maria Mann prepares for one last marathon

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Maria Mann with her London Marathon medal.

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Maria Mann’s haul of marathon and half-marathon medals. This year’s London Marathon was her last running challenge. She has to give up now for health reasons.

Daniel, a personal trainer, finished the marathon with a personal best of three hours and one minute. So far he has raised £2,690 for Children with Cancer UK.

Read about Daniel’s marathon running here: Two marathons down, two more to go for Daniel Sims.

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Daniel Sims after the London Marathon. That’s three marathons run so far this year, one more to go.

Charlie Gravett completed the marathon in four hours and 47 minutes. He raised nearly £3,000 for the charity Safe Haven for Donkeys.

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Charlie Gravett who successfully completed the London Marathon on Sunday.

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