AFTER travelling nearly 500 miles on 11 buses a brain tumour sufferer has raised £300 for charity.
Aaron Hollingsworth, 30, who spent 15 years in Bridlington and went to school in the area, travelled from his home in Ayr, Scotland, to Scarborough on Thursday 6 September.
He undertook the journey alone, and returned home on Tuesday 11 September after a 14 hour return trip.
Mr Hollingsworth, who had his first operation to remove a brain tumour aged three, is raising money for Brain Tumour UK.
He said: “Basically I want brain tumours to be a thing of the past and I do not want anyone to suffer like I have really suffered.
“My stability is getting worse and I am having more physio now, I thought at a good stage I will just risk it and set myself the challenge.”
Mr Hollingsworth was given a free packed lunch for his return journey by Bridlington Tesco as he stopped in the town to visit familiy.
To find out more visit www.braintumouruk.org.uk or to donate money visit www.justgiving.com/aaron-hollingsworth.