Lyndon scaffolder Scott Holloway completed the London Marathon last month – raising more than £5,000 for Pancreatic Cancer UK in the process.

Scott ran the world famous, gruelling 26.2-mile long distance marathon in memory of his father, Martyn Holloway, who passed away from pancreatic cancer in 1993, aged just 32 and when Scott was just eight-years-old.

Scott said: “I completed the Marathon in 03:39:12 and with the donations on my JustGiving page, other donations I’m still to gather in and with Lyndon Scaffolding CEO, Rob Lynch’s and Lyndon’s benevolence, I’m due to take my fundraising total to over £5k!

“It’s great the firm agreed to help me out with my fundraising – which meant so much to me and my family. Last year I completed Tough Mudder for the same charity and my fundraising total was £1,280.33 – which Lyndon again generously matched, doubling the overall figure. This continued charitable help and support from the people I work with and Lyndon Scaffolding in particular goes beyond their call of duty and is something I am truly grateful for. I am very appreciative for all the help I’ve received along the way.”

We at Lyndon are all proud of you Scott. What a great achievement to run this race and raise so much money for such a great cause and memory. We are confident your father would be very proud too.