Blue Toon company raise thousands for Children in Need

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A Peterhead business held an annual day of activities and managed to raise thousands of pounds for charity. Survitec Group, manufacturers of personal survival equipment for usage after ejecting from aircraft or when at sea, was a colourful workplace for Children in Need, as the staff were in fancy dress and partook in events such as leg waxing, home bakes and a raffle. Operations Manager Jerry Christie, who had his legs waxed, said: “I would like to thank all the staff who got involved, and a special thanks to Muriel Taylor for her work.”

Regional Managing Director Greg Allanach praised the efforts of all 120 staff members. He said: “The staff put a lot of effort into it. I think it is a fun day and a worthwhile cause.” The employees earned £1550.83, which Mr Allanach matched to make a total of £3101.66 going to the children’s charity.