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Marshall Motor Group in Cambridge 'sleeps out' to raise money for homeless charity, Centrepoint




Marshall staff members sleep rough for the night to raise money for charity. Picture: Richard Marsham
Marshall staff members sleep rough for the night to raise money for charity. Picture: Richard Marsham

Marshall Motor Group has raised more than £10,000 through its second ‘sleep out’ event in aid of youth homeless support charity, Centrepoint.

Fourteen members of staff based at the motor dealership’s Cambridge centre slept outside from 7pm on Friday (April 12) to 7am the following day, raising, as of Monday (April 15), £10,030.

Shelley Logan, from Marshall Motor Group, said: “Following last year’s success, a second sleep out event to aid such a great charity had to be done.

"We are really grateful to everyone who has donated, and give our thanks for all of the support.”



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