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July 2016

 

Director Damian McGettrick (far left) took part and successfully completed the 106 mile chairty bike ride on the 1st July in aid of Acorn's Children's Hospice and The Multiple Sclerosis Society. The challenging cycle ride, completed in just one day, involved taking on a climb over the Malvern Hills at the 87 mile point...one to remember!  Thanks to some generous donations, which are still coming in, early indications suggest that around £2300 has been raised so far.

If you would like to support the team in reaching the target of £3000 and help these great charities, then please visit the links to the Just Giving pages below, which will be open until the end of August. 

Acorns Children's Hospice:

www.justgiving.com/WMPlanthireltd-3hospicechallenge-acornschildrenshospice

The Multiple Sclerosis Society:

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Damian-McGettrick

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