Cameron’s Fund: Mum's charity book launched at Bridgnorth library - with pictures and video

By Tom Oakley | Bridgnorth | Health | Published:

He's a Bridgnorth-based marathon running charity champion with a difference – raising thousands of pounds in memory of a little boy who died of an asthma attack.

And now, Puff the Asthma Dragon, also know as 61-year-old Dana Power, who runs in the colourful suit to support Cameron’s Fund at Asthma UK, has been celebrated in print.

The Marvellous Marathon Dragon has been written by Gemma Brown, from Bridgnorth, who started the charity with her husband Ashley after their sun Cameron in 2008, following a severe asthma attack.

It was launched to the public at Bridgnorth Library on Saturday morning.

So far, Mr Power, also from Bridgnorth, has raised more than £35,000 taking part in various running challenges in his 15kg suit.

The book, which features illustrations of the dragon by Jade Shaw, will continue to help raise money for Cameron's Fund.

For more information on the the book or Cameron's Fund follow @Camerons_Fund on Twitter

Tom Oakley

By Tom Oakley
Trainee Multi-Media Journalist

Express & Star reporter responsible for covering Walsall and Staffordshire. Got a story? Email or call 01902 319482.


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