A FREYSTROP chef has gone the extra mile, by running the Cardiff Half Marathon in aid of Prostate Cymru.

Scott Gregory is well-known as the proprietor of Caddies Café in Freystrop, on the outskirts of Haverfordwest, where his customers enjoy not only good food but the warm welcome that he always provides.

Recently Scott demonstrated that he not only is he an excellent chef but that he has a big heart, by supporting Prostate Cymru by running the Cardiff Half Marathon and holding a raffle which together raised £924.79 for the charity.

In his spare time, Scott travels the world to follow rugby and meet up with his sporting heroes.

But Scott didn’t have to travel far to come face-to-face with two rugby legends after his charitable efforts.

In order to show their appreciation for what Scott had undertaken for Prostate Cymru, two of the charity’s ambassadors Eddie Butler and Graham Price paid a surprise visit to Caddies Café.

They thanked and congratulated Scott on his wonderful achievement by endeavouring to run the very challenging Cardiff Half- Marathon.

On receiving the cheque, Brian Harries of Friends of Prostate Cymru said: “Scott has really gone the extra mile to raise such an excellent sum for the charity.

“This supports its work through its mainly voluntary group dedicated to fighting prostate cancer in Wales by raising awareness and procuring equipment as it affects so may lives.”

For further information visit prostatecymru.com