Staff from a leading company of apprenticeships have raised ₤ 1,872 for Marie Curie by virtually strolling the Cambrian Way Path with assistance from an army of buddies. Cambrian Training Company, which has workplaces in Welshpool, Llanelli, Builth Wells, Holyhead and Colwyn Bay, introduced its 60 Days Across the Cambrian Way fundraising challenge in August in 2015.

The company encouraged people, families, services, organisations and sports clubs to join staff in covering the 291-mile distance of the Cambrian Way Path essentially in 60 days. People handled the obstacle alone and by splitting the range with a team or with family and friends, therefore increasing their health and psychological wellness, whilst supporting a much loved charity. Welshpool-based WPG Ltd contributed medals for all participants and registered a group of 21 team member to

handle the difficulty while Constructiv Clothing Ltd from Newtown sponsored a T-shirt. Cambrian Way Path extends from Cardiff to Conwy, crossing the Cambrian Mountains, after which Cambrian Training is named. #local-grid-41835 list-style: none; margin:0; padding:0; overflow: concealed; #local-grid-41835 > li #local-grid-41835 > li.last #local-grid-41835 > li.last + li clear: both; @media only screen and (max-width:290 px) Marie Curie, the UK’s leading end of life charity, offers vital nursing for people with any terminal health problem, a free assistance line and a wealth of information and assistance on all aspects of passing away,

death and bereavement.”We are delighted with the sum raised for Marie Curie thanks to the contributions of personnel and advocates, “stated Katy Godsell, Cambrian Training’s marketing supervisor.” Marie Curie is a fantastic charity that touches the lives of a lot of individuals in Wales and needs public support more than ever, after the difficulties of the last couple of years.” Marie Curie’s senior neighborhood fundraising event for Wales Victoria Hardy, speaking on behalf of the charity

‘s Welshpool Fundraising Group, stated:”We are thrilled that Cambrian Training picked to support Marie Curie in this method.”These funds will be utilized to support our local Marie Curie services so that more people and their households can access the care and assistance they need, at the time when they need it most. “3 years back, Cambrian Training raised ₤ 2,290 for Cancer Research by running, strolling and cycling 1,000 miles, visiting all 22 counties of Wales, during the year. A team of staff members also ran the Cardiff Half Marathon for the charity.

Cambrian Training specialises in the delivery of apprenticeships and employability opportunities across a range of industries pan-Wales.

Company’s Cambrian Way Path virtual walk raises ₤ 1,872 for Marie Curie was released on FE News by Duncan Foulkes