Claire Webster, 34, has been running every day for a year to support Crohns and Colitis UK, taking part in three marathons, five half-marathons and a host of other races.She completed her challenge with a Halloween run through her home village of Somersham alongside running colleagues. Claire, a nurse and health visitor who has two young daughters, said: The reason I am running is because I have had ulcerative colitis for almost 13 years. I have had periods where I have been so unwell that exercise was not an option. I want to raise money and awareness that this is an invisible disability and raise the profile of accessible toilets - not just for wheelchair users. Ulcerative colitis and Crohns are chronic inflammatory bowel conditions and Claires running challenge hasraised £1,940 so far for the charity which supports sufferers. Claire said she had previously been fit but only started running in May 2016 and started her year-long challenge in November of that year. Having struggled to run between lampposts this was a huge challenge, she said. In fact I have now run three marathons over the year and my last one was Chester where I was 48 seconds from securing a good time for age time - I finished in three hours 45 minutes and 48 seconds. Since she started running Claire has also seen her health improve: I am not on any medication now at all. I have never been this well, it is obviously working for me. Now that the year has ended, Claire plans to carry on running and fundraising with a double marathon distance planned for 2018.Donations can be made to www.justgiving.com/fundraising/run365days.