Glow-worm has continued its tradition of supporting City Plumbing Supplies (CPS) in Scotland to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust by backing its raffle with the donation of an Ultimate boiler.
The boiler was won by Celsius Plumbing and Heating in Edinburgh, who bought a raffle ticket for £10 that contributed to a total of £3,600 raised for the charity via the raffle.
Matt Clarke, Sales Director – Scotland for Vaillant UK, commented: “Every year, we support the efforts of City Plumbing Supplies to raise money for their chosen charity, the Teenage Cancer Trust. The charity is dedicated to ensuring young people get the specialist nursing care and support they need so they don’t face cancer alone. I’m very proud that with our donation of an Ultimate boiler, this raffle has raised funds to support the amazing work they do.
“I’d like to add my congratulations to Kevin Dermidy, Regional Director at CPS, on his incredible achievement of cycling the length and breadth of the UK, albeit from his garage! It’s a fantastic personal success that has raised awareness and funds for this special charity that’s close to his heart.”