Charity swim raises £170 for Watford Mencap

Charity swim raises £170 for Watford Mencap

Charity swim raises £170 for Watford Mencap

First published in News Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Reporter

A Rickmansworth man raised more than £170 for a Watford charity, which offers support to those with learning difficulties.

Stuart Cattons, of Berry Lane, took part in a charity swim at William Penn Leisure Centre during Learning Disability Week, which ran from July 16 to 22.

The 52-year-old swam 15 lengths and raised more than £170, donating the proceeds to his sponsored charity, Watford Mencap.

Carol Tunstall, Watford Mencap’s fundraising manager, said: "It’s great to see our service users, such as Stuart, supporting the charity by fundraising for us.  

"We decided to use Learning Disability Week as an opportunity to raise the public’s awareness of the challenges that people with learning disabilities face in everyday life. Our thanks go to everyone who helps us to improve their quality of life".

To find out more about volunteering with Watford Mencap, visit www.watfordmencap.org.uk or call 01923 713620 and ask to speak to someone in HR.

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3:32pm Wed 23 Jul 14

Phil Cox (UKIP) says...

Buy that man a drink! Well done Stuart.
Buy that man a drink! Well done Stuart. Phil Cox (UKIP)
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