Spot George and raise cash for Primrose Hospice

Chris Schofield, from Mary Stevens Hospice, and Katie Willington and Lucy Baylis from Primrose Hospice, take their own shots of George for the campaign. SP

Chris Schofield, from Mary Stevens Hospice, and Katie Willington and Lucy Baylis from Primrose Hospice, take their own shots of George for the campaign. SP

First published in News

A CONCRETE mixer is being decorated with the St George’s flag as part of a campaign to raise money for the Primrose Hospice.

People who manage to spot the Accumix Concrete mixer, christened George, anywhere in the West Midlands, and take a photograph of it, are being asked to send their photographs in to the company, which is planning to make a £10 donation to the charity for every unique location they receive a picture from.

The mixers are a common site around the area, but only one of the 11 in the fleet has its own flag decoration.

Managing director Steve Phillips, said: “Accumix Concrete is committed to helping local charities, but we also wanted to show that we are supporting England in the World Cup, so this seemed like a great way to do both. We hope everyone will get behind this campaign and help raise vital funds for a local hospice.”

Anyone who sees George making a delivery can email the photograph they take of him to george@accumix.co.uk giving the street name, area, time and date it was taken.

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