A Tenby Ambulance Station worker is currently taking on a February fundraiser for Bone Cancer Research Trust.

‘Jonesy’s Hundred Mile Challenge’ sees Gareth Jones of New Hedges part way through an attempt to run 100 miles over the course of the month for the charity.

“I’m doing it because a good friend and colleague of mine at Tenby Ambulance Station Richard Bridle lost his son Daniel to bone cancer back in 2014,” explained Gareth.

“I’m also doing it to put some positivity back into my own life, as my father-in-law passed away (suddenly aged 67, and not from bone cancer) in December 2020 and I needed a focus, so I thought that I’d provide something positive for other people who are suffering, by way of raising funds for a cause that has deeply affected Richard, his wife Caroline and their children Lewis and Nicole,” he continued.

The Facebook link for Gareth’s fundraiser, for anyone who wishes to donate can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/donate/2729332707284345