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Charity pilgrim route run

Thomas Baldwin reports on a charity worker who is running hundreds of miles to aid a project for returning Iraqi refugees.

A CHARITY manager has embarked upon a series of gruelling ultra marathon runs along Scotland’s pilgrim routes during 2019.

Mark Calder, who works for Embrace the Middle East, is planning 14 runs totalling around 1500 miles on pilgrim paths throughout Scotland and northern England, as far south as Cumbria and as far north as Orkney. He is running in aid of a new project which will help returning Iraqi refugees and internally displaced people resettle in their home villages.

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