Broad’s Support

Jul 2, 2021 | 0 comments

England and Nottinghamshire cricketer, Stuart Broad, has sent a message of support ahead of joining my Fothers Mission 24.

My charity run, which will see me running one mile every hour, on the hour for 24 hours starts today at 5pm. Stuart is one of many friends and celebrities that are joining me for a mile, with him and Luke Fletcher running on Saturday at 9am round Trent Bridge Cricket Ground.

Check out his message below:

Stuart is a long supporter of the MNDA charity after losing his step-mum, Michelle, to the disease in 2010. On the back of their tragic loss, the family set up their own charity raising funds for MND, The Broad Appeal.

Once again, a huge thank you to Stuart and everybody else that will be joining me on the run, has donated or sent me good luck messages. I’m truly humbled and can’t wait to get started.

Make sure you check out my dedicated social media pages (links in the footer) for regular updates of the run.

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