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Stagecoach staff raise funds for Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland

16 Aug 2017

Seventeen employees from Stagecoach West Scotland participated in this year's Tough Mudder held at Drumlanrig Castle, Dumfries. The team made up of driving, engineering and office staff had been in training to tackle the tough event for the past few months.  Sponsored by Stagecoach West Scotland they raised money for Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland.

The total raised was £1716 which was presented to Andrea McIntyre of Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland by Stagecoach West Scotland, Commercial Director, Fraser Smith and Stagecoach driver Dee Msipha from Ardrossan depot who organised the event.

Andrea McIntyre, CHSS Fundraising Officer said “We are extremely grateful to Stagecoach West Scotland for their support and to the seventeen fearless staff members that took on the Tough Mudder in aid of CHSS. As a result of their hard work and generosity the money raised will help support people in Scotland as they get their lives back on track following a stroke, or diagnosis of a chest or heart condition”. 

Tom Bridge, Managing Director, Stagecoach West Scotland, said: “We are always very happy to support the fundraising efforts of our staff and congratulate the team for taking part in this event and raising so much money to support such an important charity."


CHSS presentation