Buckets of Cash

Ladies from International Defence Training at RAF Halton have raised over £700 so far for Cancer Research UK. 

Mrs Sue Mulvey, whose husband Kerry died from the disease last year, organised the Halton team to raise money in his memory for a charity that does an immense amount of research into fighting cancer. Kerry Mulvey was a very popular figure at RAF Halton, working in both Kermode Hall as a BIT instructor then as a Quality Management instructor the Specialist Training School. The IDT ladies, Amanda Turner, Tasha Smith, Nicky Smythe, and Lynda Stewardson joined Sue Mulvey on the RAF Halton Main Gate (see picture), and they collected over £300 in a one-hour bucket collection.  Many thanks to all station personnel who contributed, and congratulations to all the IDT ladies who collected the remaining money and those who went on to successfully complete the Race-for-Life run for the third year running.

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