Slime bath helps hospice supporter to raise hundreds for charity
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A dedicated fundraiser bathed in a tub of slime for 30 hours to raise vital funds for Weston Hospicecare.
Graham Hunt is taking part in a series of 30-themed fundraising challenges throughout the year to raise money for the hospice which cared for his wife Victoria before she died.
In his latest quest, Graham sat in a bathtub full of slime at the Co-operative in Worle High Stree for 30 hours.
He split the challenge up into two 15-hour sessions, to coincide with the store opening times.
The avid fundraiser collected £666 across the two days of his challenge, with the help of his mum Sandra.
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Kind staff added a bucket of hot water to the gunge every hour to make sure he did not get too cold.
Graham’s next fundraiser is a cycle from London to Paris in 24 hours later this month, followed by the Mendip Challenge in June.
To sponsor him, visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/graham-hunt-6610
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