A BRADFORD man will be part of group of six people walking to Lands End to raise awareness of families suffering from the effects of Alzheimer's.

Jason Innes, of Bierley, whose grandmother suffers from Alzheimer’s, will be one of six people walking 379 miles from Bradford to Lands End in Cornwall, setting off on Easter Sunday.

Jason, who said he will be vlogging their journey on TikTok, is hoping the group will raise £2,000 for the Alzheimer’s Society.

Jason said: “My grandmother, Jean Dellahunty, is like a mother figure to me. I moved in with her when I was five-years-old.

“She in the late stages of Alzheimer’s and has suffered with it for nine or ten years.”

Speaking about the journey itself, Jason said: “We are just a normal bunch of lads whose families have been affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia and want to give a little back to the people who help support people with these conditions.

“We are walking 379 miles from our home town in Bradford to Lands End in Cornwall and camping all the way down the country.”

The group will set off at 6am on Sunday from Acorn Nursing Home in Bradford, where Jason’s grandmother is a resident.

To raise money on behalf of the group for the Alzheimer’s Society, visit gofundme.com/f/sufferers-of-alzheimers-and-dementia