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BCWA employee driving force behind charity event


A BCWA Healthcare employee has helped raise £60,000 for the charity Mencap.


Hospital liaison manager Kieran Watts took part in a charity drive covering 1,100 miles in 24 hours.


His three-man team took part with 25 others from the high performance club. The event was started by TV presenter Roger Cook in Leicestershire and took in racing and testing circuits from Edinburgh to Anglesey.


BCWA donated £1,000 of the total raised.

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