GLAZING FIRM LEAPS INTO THE UNKNOWN FOR CHARITY

GLAZING FIRM LEAPS INTO THE UNKNOWN FOR CHARITY

Staff from a North Wales glazing company are set to swing into a quarry – but it’s all for a cause.

 

Five workers from Hughes Glass and Glazing in Bangor will be raising money for a child cancer charity by completing a zip wire challenge at Bethesda Slate Quarry.

 

They are hoping to raise as much cash as possible for the Max Lally Foundation.

 

Max died in January at 17 months old after being diagnosed with the rare form of cancer, neuroblastoma.

 

Employees from Hughes Glass and Glazing, which is based on the Llandygai Industrial Estate, will take part in the zip wire event on Saturday, 31 August 2013.

 

Managing director Adam Lacy said: “We do a lot of team-building activities at Hughes Glass and we decided to combine a fun activity for us all with raising money for a worthy cause.

 

“We hope to raise as much money was we can for the charity.”

 

Hughes Glass and Glazing is a family firm and is the leading commercial glazing company in North Wales.

 

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