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Removals firm is working hard to raise cash for Myton Hospices

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Britannia Squab Group has been working hard to support the fundraising efforts of its nominated charity, The Myton Hospices.

The most recent activity for the Leamington-based removals and storage business has been taking part in The Myton Hospices’ Take 50 Challenge for which they organised a raffle that generated £1,800 for the charity. The cheque was presented to Rosie Houghton, corporate fundraising support officer at Myton Hospice by Britannia Squab’s Emlyn Evans and Robb Mckay.

Over the last 12 months, the community spirited Britannia Squab team has been involved in a variety of fundraising initiatives for The Myton Hospices. These have ranged from taking part in the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge, to helping at the Myton Hospice Summer Fete and collecting unwanted clothes and furniture for charity.

Britannia Squab invites customers to donate £2 in aid of Myton Hospice for each quotation they generate, with a promise to double the amount.

“To date we have raised over £6,000,” said Emlyn Evans,.

 

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