Rothesay contact centre raises cash for CHAS

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Staff at a Rothesay contact centre were cock-a-hoop as they took part in a three-hour sponsored fitness session to raise cash for the Children’s Hospice Association Scotland.

Employees at Webhelp TSC’s Bute centre donned weighted and padded Powerhoops to raise the money for the charity on Friday.

They chose to back CHAS in support of one of their colleagues, Lia McLeod, whose family has benefited from the charity’s support after son Flynn was diagnosed with Ohtahara syndrome - a rare form of childhood epilepsy.

Around £200 was raised on the day, with more to come from sponsorship forms signed by employees’ families and friends.