Doing It For Potsy, Doing It For Headway
13 years agoWright & Morten and the Welsh 3000 In Summer last year Wright & Morten lost a valuable member of their team, Peter Potts worked tirelessly as the practice handyman, always ready to lend a hand with patients, fix cars, mend windows, paint walls, drop people off at the airport- generally anything. Shortly after Peter’s 65th birthday he suffered a heart attack, unfortunately complications have caused a permanent brain injury, and Peter is not able to come back to work, and now requires full time care. It is uncertain what his future holds. This summer the crazy staff of Wright & Morten plans to give something back to Peter and the excellent work they do at Headway, a charity set up to helping people with injuries just like Peters. On June 20th and 21st a team from the practice are going to walk the Welsh 3000, this covers a distance of 25 miles, covering 14 Peaks in the Snowdonia National Park. With two nights under the stars and blisters to look forward to we are looking for as many sponsors as possible to make this trip worthwhile. We plan to raise £3000, this would help with Peters future care and also enable us to make a good donation to Headway. If you’ve visited the practice over the past few years, you will have met Peter, if he was able to he would certainly have had his name at the top of the list to do this. We would appreciate any sponsorship you can provide. If you would like further details about the challenge or would like more details about how you can help, please contact myself or one of my colleagues and we’ll be happy to help. Thank you for your support, we look forward to hearing from you shortly. Cath Broomfield RVN & The Team at Wright & Morten.
20th May, 2009 00h00
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