A MIRACLE Stafford man who had to learn to walk again after falling from a roof and suffering serious brain injuries will run Stafford's Half Marathon for the second time.
Neal Evans, pictured, will tackle the course on March 16 with his 17-year-old son Jack.
He will also do a bike ride in May to pull in pounds for Midlands Air Ambulance and the Fire Service charity.
Neal ran the half marathon for the first time last year on his 50th birthday - a major achievement for the former firefighter who was left in a coma for four days after falling at his Highfield Grove home six years ago.
Since then he has taken part in a number of walks and charity treks to build up fitness and raise money for charities.