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TODAY'S OTHER NEWS

Agents Do Charity - it keeps on going...

Another Friday so another opportunity for us to pay tribute to agents doing something for those in need.

If you want your gallant efforts recognised, just drop us a line at press@estateagenttoday.co.uk and you can get a mention, just like this week’s heroes below.

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Ty Hafan Children’s Hospice: Intrepid mountaineer and conveyancer Geraint Aubrey, continues training for the Matterhorn mountaineering challenge.  Geraint conquered the Riffelhorn Mountain in the Swiss Alps, which was a difficult rock climb with extreme exposure to the elements.  Geraint climbed over 2,930 metres to conquer the mountain in the Alps slightly south of Zermatt.

The Matterhorn Challenge aims to raise over £50,000 for Ty Hafan Children’s Hospice, with over £26,000 having been raised to date and just over a month to go before the challenge concludes.  

To make a donation please click here, please give generously to this very worthwhile Conveyancing fundraising initiative http://bit.do/conveyancing-fundraising

Aberlour: Aberdeen’ The Law Practice solicitor Margaret Waldron and husband David Gill have undergone three months of training to enter the fifth Strictly Come Prancing - raising money for Aberlour, which raises money for vulnerable children. 

“Those who know me well will know that, at times, I believe I really was born for the stage!  The opportunity to join this year’s Strictly Come Prancing line up was too good to refuse. The event falls a year after David and I married so what better way to celebrate our first anniversary than fun, dancing and a fabulous cause to support?” asks Margaret. 

Aberlour supports young people through challenges such as living with a disability, growing up in and leaving care and the impact of drugs and alcohol.

Lydia Fyall, Senior Fundraising Executive for Aberlour, said: “Strictly Come Prancing makes a significant contribution to Aberlour, enabling us to provide vital services for children in Aberdeen with autism and disabilities, such as Aberlour Options - Aberdeen, our respite home based in Bucksburn.”

To support Margaret and David on their prancing adventure, please visit www.justgiving.com/MargaretandDavid

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