Donations to boost centre

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TWO cheques totalling £930 were handed to a charity from a business association and a family-run firm.

The money was raised by Lee Business Association and Solent Mobility Centre, in High Street, Lee-on-the-Solent.

It was donated to The Rainbow Centre, in Fareham, which supports children with cerebral palsy and adults who have had a stroke or have other neurological conditions.

During 2014, a number of events were held, while Simon Kelly, a mobility adviser for Solent Mobility, raised £230 by losing 12lb in one month.

Debbie Watts, a director at Solent Mobility, said: ‘It’s a way for all our businesses to give something back to the communities, who buy local and shop local and keep our business thriving on the High Street at Lee.’