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Charity row raises funds for St Mungo’s

Peabody group's Director of Repairs and Maintenance, Neil Watts, took part in a 200km charity row from Reading to Leigh-on-Sea.
Neils row

The crew of five rowed in support of St Mungo’s homeless charity, raising vital funds to help end homelessness across the UK. St Mungo’s was a treasured charity of our late chair Lord Bob Kerslake, who was dedicated to ending the nation’s housing crisis.

Peabody have put a video together with some behind the scenes footage of his row with a link to the donation page.

They raised a total of £15,377 exceeding their original target of £5,000. If you’d like to make a contribution, there’s still time to donate here!

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