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Monmore Autoparts completes charity cycle marathon

01 Oct 2018

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Wolverhampton-based motor factor Monmore Autoparts staff have raised more than £500 for charity by cycling 20k.

Wolverhampton-based motor factor Monmore Autoparts staff have raised more than £500 after completing the Wolverhampton 20K cycle marathon on Sunday 2 September at West Park.

Monmore is raising money for Compton Care, a local charity that believes life with a complex or incurable illness doesn’t have to be limited.

It is passionate about helping people live the best life possible and do this by providing extraordinary clinical care and the very best emotional, practical and spiritual support.

Craig McCracken, group factor manager, said: “We’re extremely proud of all those who took part and raised money for such a fantastic charity. We’ve smashed the target and the figure is still rising thanks to last-minute donations.”

For any further donations, please visit their JustGiving page here.

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