Hell and back

TOUGH From left to right, Peter Windust, Greg Meacham, Jacquie Johnson, Gary Cable, Rich Batten, James Heath, Chris Dinenage, with Andy Sims and Simon Hearnden at the front
TOUGH From left to right, Peter Windust, Greg Meacham, Jacquie Johnson, Gary Cable, Rich Batten, James Heath, Chris Dinenage, with Andy Sims and Simon Hearnden at the front
Daniel Bates, 45, of Beach Gardens, Selsey

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POLICE officers, friends and family braved a 12-mile off-road run in aid of a little boy.

Andy Sims, 40, of Farlington, led 15 others on Saturday as they raised cash for his nephew Jack, three, who has cerebral palsy.

His condition affects his ankles and prevents him walking.

His parents Jon and Amber, of Wymering, need £60,000 to send him to America for treatment.

Andy, a PC, said he was grateful his colleagues took on the Hell Runner at Longmoor Camp.

He said: ‘Everyone was well on-board with it, willing to adopt Jack as their charity.

‘It was good fun because there was a big team of us. It was very hard going when conditions were arduous but everyone really enjoyed themselves.

‘My brother brought Jack down at the end and he saw most of us in.’