Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2020

Wrexham staff help raise over £51,000 for the NHS for people living in or visiting the wrexham area

Staff at The Range in Wrexham have helped raise more than £51,000 for the NHS.

The company, which has 175 stores nationwide, remained open throughout the pandemic with social distancing measures in place.

Through fundraising, the store-staff in all Range stores across the UK have collected £51,479.56 to be donated to the NHS.

The Range Wrexham has gone above and beyond over the last few months to raise £205.

Staff have been praised for their dedication to following the safety measures alongside their work in raising a large sum of money for the NHS to help during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Owner and Founder of The Range, Chris Dawson states: “I think our customers will be proud to learn that we have raised a collective £51,479.56 to help our valued and loved National Health Service.

“I am extremely proud of the effort store staff have put in to achieve this, as well as keeping our social distancing measures in place”.

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