Firm’s Hawaiian fun raises charity cash

Mystery Hawaiian Treasure Hunt
Mystery Hawaiian Treasure Hunt
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STAFF at Schneider Electric created some Hawaiian sunshine as they raised more than £300 from a tropical fundraiser.

A group of colleagues from the Cayton Low Road-based business set off on their own Hawaiian Mystery Night.

The event involved a trip around some of Scarborough’s pubs doing a quiz and a treasure hunt, and raised £358 in total.

The aim of the evening was to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust and the Scarborough Hospital Special Care Baby Unit, in support of two employees whose children have used the facilities of both charities.

Tom Mennell, general manager at Schneider Electric, said: “We are proud to sponsor both these worthwhile charities.

“Many thanks to Steve Grime, Phil Young, Christine Watson and Bev Veitch who are employees of the Scarborough site and organised the event.

“A big thank you also to North Bay miniature Railways for donating the use of the train to transport everyone to Scalby Mills.” Picture submitted