Henson to run in charity challenge
A FAMILY tragedy has inspired Cotswold Farm Park director Adam Henson to tackle a charity challenge.
Adam and his partner Charlie Gilbert will take part in The Great North Run tomorrow for the charity Useful Vision, set up by Adam's sister Rebecca.
Adam, also a BBC Countryfile presenter, said: "During my late nephew Ben's fight against cancer, he became blind.
"My sister Rebecca and her husband Nick soon found there was very little support for blind or partially sighted children in the North East.
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"Following Ben's death, aged nine, they set up the charity which helps many families with visually impaired children enjoy activities, events and learning."
To sponsor the pair, visit www.justgiving.com/adamandcharlie.