Kevin is on target for charity
DARTS champion Kevin Ware has scored for the second year in a row at a charity fundraiser. Kevin, 46, from Stevenage, took on Wayne Hawaii 501 Mardle at the darts contest to raise money for Keech Cottage Children s Hospital in Luton. The event was organ
DARTS champion Kevin Ware has scored for the second year in a row at a charity fundraiser.
Kevin, 46, from Stevenage, took on Wayne "Hawaii 501" Mardle at the darts contest to raise money for Keech Cottage Children's Hospital in Luton.
The event was organised by Wayne Tutton, 31, of Stirling Close, Stevenage, and the rest of his family, in memory of their mother and brother.
Mr Tutton said: "I would just like to thank everybody, on behalf of the Tutton family, for their support throughout the year and everybody who contributed to the day on Saturday. They really have supported a worthy cause and we look forward to their support again next year."
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Around £280 was raised at the event and a cheque donation was also made from one of the brothers. Michael Tutton, 48, of Welwyn Garden City, donated £750 which he had raised through a sponsored event at work.
Helen Storey, 35, of Turnford, one of the sisters, also raised an additional £2,001 by getting Keech Cottage nominated as part of a charity book sale held by her employer, Pearson.
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In total they have managed to donate around £5,000 this year for Keech Cottage and over the next few years hope to boost the amount even further.