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Webhelp’s Warrington team raise money for Guide Dogs UK

22nd November 2013

Our Warrington team were inspired to do some on-site fundraising for Guide Dogs UK recently after a number of four-legged friends came to visit.

The three guide dogs, accompanied by Guide Dogs UK volunteers Ray and Verner Hepple, spent time with the Warrington team who were able to learn more about the charity and the difference they make to the lives of people who are blind or partially sighted.

The visit was arranged by Customer Experience Advisor Ed Green, who has benefitted from having guide dog, Bradley, for five years. Ed approached Jeff Strange, his team member and one of our Ambassadors, about bringing some of the dogs to work so that the Warrington team could meet them.

Guide dogs Yasi, Bella and Bradley went down a storm with the Warrington team who were inspired to contribute to this worthwhile cause.

Commenting on the visit, Ed said:

“I’ve been lucky enough to enjoy the company of Bradley since he was 18 months old and he has made such a difference to my life. I thought it would be nice for the Webhelp team in Warrington to meet some of the volunteers who work with Guide Dogs UK. The dogs can be truly life changing for so many blind and partially sighted people.”


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