On Sunday 3rd November the team at Go Wild Animal Encounters volunteered their time and animals for our
Go Wild For MNDa charity event.
Murray Hills staff also volunteered their time and opened the office for the event meaning that every single penny raised could go to Motor Neurone Disease association Scarborough & Bridlington group.
Members of the public had the opportunity to learn about, meet and hold these amazing creatures including African fat tailed gecko, tortoise, rose tarantula, snakes, Iguana, Python and more.
Everyone had a great time.
The Mayor of Bridlington Councillor Liam Dealtry and Mayoress Mrs Michelle Dealtry attended the event to show their support for the charity
and Murray Hills team members June and Emma tried on the Chains of Office, do they suit them?
We would like to extend a great big and massive thank you to Go Wild Animal Encounters for their time and bringing their beautiful animals to make this event possible.
Despite the cold and November timing we raised
which every penny will go to the local charity
Go Wild Animal Encounters offer various packages and experiences, take a look at their website here
Murray Hills are continuing to raise money for MNDa Scarborough & Bridlington group throughout 2019 and you can make a donation in the office or on the Just Giving Page