Boxing Show benefits local good causes

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THE MONEY raised at the recent Charity Boxing Show organised by Doug Ford and Scott Cooper was handed over at a series of presentations at Tutties Neuk Inn on Sunday. Our picture shows those who took part in the show presenting donations to the charities and organisations of their choice.

The sum of £13,073 was handed over which brings the total raised at all nine boxing shows to over £88,000.

During the presentations Arbroath Boxing Club received £300, Arbroath Lifeboat was gifted £100, CARROT received £50, NHS Tayside was awarded £500, Arbroath Friends of Guiding received £150, Arbroath Town Mission was presented with £300 and Alzheimers Scotland received £200, all from the organisers; the Ayley and Chloe fund received £1,402 from Kenny Ayre, Denise Fyffe and the organisers; Cornhill Macmillan Centre, Perth, was gifted £930 by Matthew Chisholm; Yorkhill Children’s Hospital was awarded £500 by Emma Whitton; Cancer Research received £1,314 from Tracy McCulloch and Cheryl Ramsay; the University of Dundee Cystic Fibrosis Fund got £1,162 from Keith Ramsay and Darren Walker; the Burns Unit at Ninewells Hospital was presented with £600 by Lisa McCagh; Tumble Tots Nursery was given £345 by Martin Watson; Dreamz 4U was gifted £463 by Jamie McKenzie; Macmillan Nurses received £550 from Scott Herron; Abbey Playgroup got £407 from Nicola McLeod; Arbroath Maternity Unit received £1,000 from Alan Cargill; the Smile Train Ward 32 Comfort Fund was allocated £1,625 by Ross McGregor; Montrose Caledonia Club received £1,085 from Derek Cooper; Cystic Fibrosis was gifted £500 by Ben Cruickshank and Barnett’s Osteoporosis received a donation from James Millar.

Wallace Ferrier