Donation given to James Keay

After hearing about James Keay training for the London Marathon this year in aid of the Severn Hospice charity, and Raymond Brown Waste Solutions (RBWS) have made a donation, helping near his fundraising target. The Managing Director of Select-a-skip, who previously cycled solo from Land’s End to John O’Groats to help raise for the hospice, is getting his running shoes on for the charity he believes in so passionately. The Hospice offers care and respite to terminally ill people across Shropshire and Mid Wales and does all in its power to alleviate pain, both physical and emotional, for patients with life threatening illnesses and their families.

James Keay said: “Many thanks for your kind donation.  I’m now over halfway towards my target which is excellent, thank you.” Russell Fleetwood, RBWS Sales director added: “Select-a-Skip are a key customer and we are pleased to be able to support this great charity. I wish James the best of luck in his challenge to complete the London Marathon”

James has hit just over half way of his target of over £5,000, but still needs help. No matter how large or small, if you are wanting to help & donate to spur on James all you need to do is visit

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