Glasgow dad urges others to give up booze for Macmillan Cancer Support

Glasgow dad urges others to give up booze for Macmillan Cancer Support

GIVING up a daily drink has been life changing for Glasgow dad Matt Daniels – and he’s now urging others to go alcohol-free to raise vital funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. After the challenges of 2020 so far, the cancer charity has tweaked its annual Go Sober For October event to make it… soberish. Supporters


GIVING up a daily drink has been life changing for Glasgow dad Matt Daniels – and he’s now urging others to go alcohol-free to raise vital funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.

After the challenges of 2020 so far, the cancer charity has tweaked its annual Go Sober For October event to make it… soberish.

Supporters can sign up for a 14 day challenge, rather than the full four weeks, but today is the final day to get involved.

Matt works as a mobile tyre mechanic which means he works four days on and four days off and has challenged himself to the full month of Sober October.

The 32-year-old said: “I realised it had been round 10 years since I had gone more than five days sober.

“Sometimes no more than two days, and…



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