Martyn Wells’ brave battle with cancer and his extraordinary fundraising activities have been picked up by the national press after he completed the Cape Wrath Trail on 9 September. Congratulations to Martyn for, as he modestly describes it, spreading the message of cancer awareness.
Wright Hassall’s IT director (pictured centre, right) took on Britain’s toughest walking trail despite a major recent setback in his treatment. Wells, who was diagnosed with malignant melanoma in March 2017 and has stage four cancer, has been raising funds to support the work of Macmillan nurses over the last 18 months, took on the 245 mile Cape Wrath Trail on August 31.
You can read the article in the Mirror here:
Man with stage four cancer completes ‘Britain’s hardest walk’ for charity
A cancer patient who was on life support earlier this year has completed a trek known as Britain’s hardest walk to raise money for charity. Martyn Wells, who has stage four cancer , completed the challenge in record time on Monday September 9, having walked more than 180 miles and climbed over 35,000ft.