Staff from the Overgate Shopping Centre have raised several hundred pounds for charity.
Shabir Ahmed, Steven Howarth, and Craig Cummings took part in the Kiltwalk on Sunday to raise some cash for Help for Kids. The group raised £400.
It was touch and go whether the group would even make it to the event as they didn’t have transport. Luckily for them, Moffatt and Williamson stepped in.
Craig Cummings, who organised the group said: “I would like to personally thank Moffatt and Williamson for getting involved and providing transport to and from the event.
“They didn’t have to do this and we were running out of options until they very kindly stepped in.
“I am pretty sure the cost of fuel and the cost of a driver would have set them back quite a few quid so it was very nice of them to offer and it just adds to the community spirit with us all getting involved in this worthwhile Charity.
“The bosses name that provided all this for us is – George Devine who is the managing director for Moffatt and Williamson based in Newport on Tay.”
Hannah Kemlo, charity coordinator for Help For Kids said: “We are just grateful that Craig and team got involved. They are always supporting us and it was a fantastic amount to raise. It was a really great event.”