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Keyline Motherwell raises £570 during inaugural charity football match

The Motherwell branch of Keyline raised a fantastic £570 for Prostate Cancer UK during its inaugural Keyline Motherwell Charity Cup which took place at Dalziel Park on Sunday 13th August.

Keyline Motherwell charity cup teams.
Keyline Motherwell charity cup teams.

A team of staff and customers from the Motherwell branch took on a side representing City Plumbing Wishaw, and dominated the game winning the football match 13-6.

Laura Pullen, Branch Manager at Keyline Motherwell, commented: “This was the first time the Keyline Motherwell Charity Cup has taken place, but as it was such a success we are going to make it an annual event. A huge thank you to our customers and suppliers who were part of the match and helped us raised a great amount of money for Prostate Cancer UK. A special mention must also go to Jarvis Land Services who kindly supplied the kits.”

Prostate Cancer UK is Keyline’s nominated charity and the civils and heavy building materials supplier will be holding various fundraising events throughout the year. The money raised will help the charity continue  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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