Claire Marr (right) with running partner Gillian BaileyDisabled people stand to benefit after a Milton Keynes mother of three pledged to push through the pain barrier to run the London Marathon for Leonard Cheshire Disability.

Claire Marr, a primary school teacher taking on her second marathon, is looking to raise £1,500 with her running partner Gillian Bailey.

“I can’t begin to imagine the struggles those with disabilities have to cope with on a daily basis,” said Claire.

“I’m really proud to be running for a charity that can make a real difference.”

“I’d like the money to be spent on something that provides greater access to comfort and enjoyment.”

The 40-year-old will be among 38,000 runners taking on the famous race on April 24.

Claire is finding training a challenge, both physically and mentally.

“I live with severe pelvic pain as a result of having my three children and exist on Ibuprofen and determination to get through the longer runs.”

Claire can be sponsored via:

Leonard Cheshire Disability is the UK’s leading charity supporting disabled people.

Every year, we support thousands of people in the UK and around the world with physical and learning disabilities to fulfil their potential and live the lives they choose.