Orbit Developments
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11.27.2014
Building manager at Orbit makes a splash for RNLI
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Malcolm Bailey from Orbit Developments has completed his Land’sEnd to John O’Groats bike ride and raised a fantastic £4,180 forthe Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

With 17 miles to go Malcolm actually met some of the crew fromthe Wick lifeboat which spurred him onto his remarkable individualtotal.

He covered 961 miles in 12 days as planned, meeting other ‘endto enders’ on route.

Now back in his day job at Regent House in the town centre,Malcolm said of the trip: “It was the third time I had completedthe round trip and it’s certainly the most satisfying! I would liketo thank everyone who sponsored me.”

Tony Jones, Managing Director of Orbit Developments, said:”Malcolm consistently demonstrates professionalism and dedicationin his work and this clearly transfers over into any task heundertakes. The company is very proud of his achievements both inraising such an incredible amount and accomplishing thischallenging journey not once, but on three separate occasions.”

 

 

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