Former Droitwich player Martyn Wells will be walking the 245-mile Cape Wrath Trail in Scotland in August to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Wells, 50, has already raised more than £46,000 for the charity through a number of initiatives including walking the 211-mile length of the Severn Way last year.
Despite suffering from stage four skin cancer and having his stomach removed in one of seven operations he has undergone in 18 months Wells remains committed to fund-raising for Macmillan.
His next challenge, which will take him from Fort William to Cape Wrath, is considered to be one of the toughest walks in the United Kingdom and will involve camping in the wilderness with other members of the Macmillan team.
Further details can be found at: hwww.capewrathtrail2019.com/