A RHYL runner with severe damage is appealing for help ahead of the London marathon.

Anyone wishing to help Alexander Treloar raise funds for the brain injury charity headway can join in bag packing session at Morrisons, on Marsh Road in Rhyl on Saturday, March 30.

The runner, who has been living with the condition since he was a young boy which effects his neural and mental growth, although his physical development has been unaffected.

Alexander, who moved to Rhyl from London in 2000, will take on the 26-mile challenge on Sunday, April 28 2019 after months of hard work training with his sister Vic Owens.

Ms Owens, said: "Can any of my friends help out?

"An hour or two will make a massive difference and allow us to occupy more tills and raise money that really will make a difference to people, like Alexander, with brain injury.

"We really need your help."

To date, Alexander has raised £1,535 of his £1,850 target, to donate visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com.