The removal of non-elite athletes from this year's London Marathon is a big blow, a charity has said.
The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt (RJAH) Orthopaedic Hospital Charitable Fund, based in Gobowen, Shropshire, said it would normally expect extra income of up to £50,000 from runners taking part in its name.
Victoria Sugden from the fundraising team at RJAH said staff understand the decision but it's still a disappointment.
"It's really hard but firstly we just thank our runners for their patience and their commitments to the marathon this year. It's the right decision but very much a blow as far as they're concerned and for us as well."
'Heartbreaking' as soft play centres remain shut
Two owners of soft play centres in the West Midlands say it is "heartbreaking" they are still closed and "really worrying" they have no idea when they will be allowed to reopen.
More than 13,000 people have signed a petition on Parliament's website calling for more financial support for the industry.
Sian Flower owns Monkey Mayhem in Kidderminster and says it's been closed for five months, but regular customers have been supportive.
"It's been so tough because to phone up to say we've got to cancel the parties - the children don't understand and it's heartbreaking. But so many of the customers have been lovely and a few have said 'please, keep the money'."
Jungleland in Trench Lock, Telford, also remains closed and owner Belinda Griffiths says it doesn't qualify for government grants and has staff on furlough until October.
"It's really worrying, there is no solution. There's no clarity from the government saying what is going to happen from October. What's going to happen, how much longer can we remain closed?"