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Colchester/Ipswich: Store staff put their best feet forward for charity

PUBLISHED: 11:35 29 August 2014 | UPDATED: 11:35 29 August 2014

Staff from the Range in Colchester took part in a sponsored walk, from the Ipswich store, back to Colchester and raised £2.250 for Cancer Research UK

Staff from the Range in Colchester took part in a sponsored walk, from the Ipswich store, back to Colchester and raised £2.250 for Cancer Research UK

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Staff from The Range, Colchester raised a massive total of £2,550 with a sponsored walk for Cancer Research UK.

The employees, with a wide variety of ages and fitness levels, walked 15 miles from the Range, Ipswich.

A presentation to Cancer Research UK will be made at a later date.

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