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GTL employees help cancer charity

GTL employees help cancer charity

GTL employees have donated a top-of-the-range mountain bike to a leading cancer charity. The bike will be auctioned to raise money for the Royal Marsden Hospital in Sutton, the world's first hospital dedicated to cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and education.

The bike was won by Production Engineer Luke Dealhoy on behalf of GTL at a manufacturing exhibition held at the NEC last year. It's an Orange downhill mountain bike with bespoke Hope Technology components which would be the envy of any serious cyclist.

Luke generously donated the bike to be raffled at our Christmas lunch in order to give each GTL team member an equal chance to win it, and the winner was our accountant, Collin Crouch. Collin, who isn't a cyclist, said "I decided to give the bike to the Royal Marsden Hospital as it's a leading research hospital and cancer is something which touches everyone, either directly or indirectly."

The picture shows Luke (left) and Collin (right) with the bike.

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