Crash can't stop Ironman Sean from raisng cash for charity

SEAN Morgan has overcome a serious crash to complete his first charity Ironman.


SEAN Morgan has overcome a serious crash to complete his first charity Ironman. 

Sean, a former resident of Horfield, is the operations & commercial director for local business, Kellaway Building Supplies. 

His efforts, swimming 2.4 miles, cycling 112 miles and running a 26.2 mile marathon, were to raise money for the company’s chosen charity, Children’s Hospice South West. The achievement is made all the more impressive as his training was interrupted by a road accident in April. 

“Unfortunately, I was hit off my bike by a motorist while out training,” explained Sean. He suffered serious facial & muscular injuries as well as plenty of stitches. 

After hospital care, huge support from his family and a brief break from work, Sean was able to return to training a few weeks after the accident, even more determined to complete his goal. He finished the gruelling event in an impressive 13 hours and 14 minutes and is already planning his next event to support the charity. 

Sean, who is Kellaway’s charity ambassador, has managed to raise more than his initial target of £3,000 for the Children’s Hospice South West with the current figure standing at over £4,400. 




“The charity does amazing work and the care they provide is invaluable to people in their hour of need. I am proud to be able to support Children’s Hospice South West & I am delighted Kellaway have been able to get behind the charity and have completed some great fundraising & awareness events, with much more to come in the next few months,” Sean added.

Children’s Hospice South West provides hospice care for children with life-limiting conditions and their whole family across the South West. 

The care provided is wide ranging; from respite and  short breaks, emergency care, palliative care and end of life

The charity operates three hospices; Charlton Farm near Bristol, Little Bridge House in North Devon & Little Harbour in mid Cornwall.

If you would like to support Sean & Children’s Hospice South West, you can donate here: or visit to find out more about the charity.