A serial marathon runner has carried on doing what he does best on board a P&O Ferries
service - running.
Hemel Today has reported on the feats of Matthew Loddy, who is taking part in 100 marathons in as many days to raise cash for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
And it has carried a picture of him jogging on the deck of the ferry as it crosses from Calais to Dover.
Mr Loddy was returning to the UK and kept on running so he could stay on track, with the ultimate aim being to reach 100 in grand style in this Sunday's London Marathon (April 22nd).
"I've got injuries that will probably stay with me for months, years and possibly longer," he admitted.
One traveller onboard a Calais-Dover ferry who had a distinctly painful time was Aissada Coulibay, who went into labour on the crossing last month, causing the ship to gain an extra passenger in the form of Mariam-Calais as it made an emergency return to the French port.
Posted by Andrew Smith