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Donation for Helensburgh enable group

24 April 2017
Royal Navy staff from HMS Neptune, the shore establishment at HM Naval Base Clyde, presented a cheque for £405 to the Helensburgh Branch of Enable on Tuesday, April 4.

The money was raised during the charity boxing show which was held at HM Naval Base Clyde on Thursday, March 16.

Leading Physical Trainer Will Callen and Physical Trainer Darren West went along to the Helensburgh Waterfornt with Captain of HMS Neptune, Captain Craig Mearns, to present the cheque to Angela Pearson, Vice Chairperson of Helensburgh and District Branch of Enable.

"I would like to say a big thank you to HMS Neptune for the donation which will help guarantee the future of our clubs and contribute to forthcoming outings," said Angela. 

Your kindness is a reflection of the long standing relationship between the Royal Navy and the local community.

Angela Pearson

"Your kindness is a reflection of the long standing relationship between the Royal Navy and the local community."

Enable Helensburgh run two clubs for adults with learning disabilities on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

These clubs are self-supported and are run by volunteers in order to encourage and provide the members opportunities to engage with others in various social activities.

As well as the cash donation for Enable, the guys also took along 50 Easter Eggs which were presented to The Helensburgh and Lomond Autism society.

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