A BRITISH expat has celebrated the end of a sponsored four-day walk from Malaga to Sabinillas on Saturday.
A crowd gathered to welcome Rod Andrews in at the Fisherman statue on the paseo maritimo and festivities continued at O’Callaghan’s bar with live music, a raffle and an auction.
Onlookers cheered as the 70-year-old Brit, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer last summer and is donating the funds raised to Cudeca Hospice, arrived.
“He’s so grateful to all the help he received from Cudeca that he now wants to give something back,” said event organiser Angela Welch.
The charity helps more than 850 people with cancer, and other incurable illnesses, each year, as well as offering help to their families in Malaga province.
For more information or to donate to Cudeca, contact Angela Welch on 693 731 478.
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