Percy Pig walk sees colleagues trek across the South Coast to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support

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FUNDRAISING colleagues have raised more than £2,500 for a cancer support charity.

A team of 13 colleagues from M&S stores in Waterlooville, Havant, Ocean Retail Park, Gunwharf Quays, Gosport and Whiteley Village walked a total of 27.5 miles across the South Coast from store to store.

Joined by Percy Pig, they took part in the challenge to support Macmillan Cancer Support.

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Colleagues taking part in the fundraising walkColleagues taking part in the fundraising walk
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James Hall, commercial operations section manager at M&S Havant, said: ‘Each year Macmillan’s Coffee Morning is a massive moment in our calendar.

‘This year it feels more important than ever, with the ongoing impact of Covid-19 still being felt by so many people - in the UK alone, almost three million people are living with cancer and that figure is set to rise by four million by 2030.

‘My team and I have loved getting creative this year and our Percy Pig walk was a big challenge, but one I’m so proud we took on.

‘Thank you to everyone who has supported us.’

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