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Keyline Broxburn raises £8,700 during charity evening

Keyline’s branch in Broxburn raised £8,700 for Prostate Cancer UK during a charity evening held at Uphall Golf Club on Saturday 4th November.
 

A selection of the signed football shirts which were auctioned to help Keyline Broxburn raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
A selection of the signed football shirts which were auctioned to help Keyline Broxburn raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.

In excess of 100 Keyline staff, customers and members of the local community enjoyed an evening of fun and games at the fancy dress event.
 

A silent auction took place, which included signed football tops, golf prizes, boxing shorts signed by Mike Tyson, spa days and football tickets.

To boost the fundraising total a raffle was also held where guests had the chance to win vouchers, Bluetooth speakers, a Smart TV, bottles of alcohol, and much more. All the silent auction and raffle prizes were donated by suppliers and local companies.

Fraser McDowell, Branch Manager at Keyline in Broxburn, commented: “Prostate Cancer UK is Keyline’s chosen charity so we were keen to do something to support such a worthy cause. Everyone really enjoyed the evening and I’d like to say a huge thank to those who attended and helped us raise such a fantastic amount of money.”

Keyline’s fundraising for Prostate Cancer UK will help the charity continue with its ground-breaking research so they can achieve their aim of stopping men dying from prostate cancer.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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