Fay Rayward runs up the Wrekin trail in Telford every morning as part of her training for the upcoming London Marathon. But she does much more than simply run. Since the pandemic, she picked up the hobby of painting rocks and leaving them on the hill for people to find. "I started planting them around Telford Town Park," she said, "and when I started going up the Wrekin, I left one up there thinking it would cheer someone up if they found it." Encouragements moved Rayward to continue on with her hobby. Depending on the rock artwork, each can take between one to four hours with themes ranging from band names, food, films, to even a map of the Wrekin itself. Rayward is set to take on the 26.2 mile London Marathon race this October for a disability charity.