30,000 Steps With Your Harrogate Community
2:18pm 17th February 2017
Promoted by CNG Ltd
How many steps does it take to become an integral part of your local community?
CNG Ltd based in Harrogate knows that being part of your area is a great way to make sure you give something back, and is something they've been focusing on for a while now, donating money to both local and national charities, sponsoring events including Stray FM's Local Hero Awards, and supporting local sports clubs including Harrogate Town.
But the next step for CNG Ltd is a big one... in fact, there are 30,000 of them. To celebrate 30 years of St Michaels Hospice, they're raising £30,000 by climbing the stairs of the CNG building on Victoria Avenue, Harrogate on Saturday 24th June. They are also looking for other local businesses to get involved - email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested.
Hear Stray FM's Beth Parsons chat to Fae and Jean from CNG Ltd on the Business Hub.
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