By Carl Jackson Friday 15 March 2013 Updated: 15/03 15:44
A SWIMMER is set to go to extra lengths to raise money for charity at Bromsgrove’s Dolphin Centre.
Ian Brown, 45, is preparing to break his own personal best by swimming 70 lengths of the pool on March 30.
He wants to raise as much money as possible to help pay for computed tomography (CT) equipment at the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham.
CT scans are used for an array of medical conditions and the technology is vital in detecting cancerous tumours and providing life-saving information which determines the cause of treatment.
Ian is determined to help out staff at the hospital who have treated him so well.
When he was 15 a blockage was discovered in his Kidney which led to him having a six-hour transplant operation.
“The QE have done so much for me over the years.” Ian added.
Anyone wishing to donate to Ian can at www.justgiving.com/ian-brown11.
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