Company raises £1100 for Linn Moor school with 10K run

(left to right) Diane McCabe, VSA director of social care and well-being; �Kim Winchester, Linn Moor school teacher; Linn Moor school students Kyle Williamson and Aidan Macaulay, with representatives from the CETCO team Dianne Smith-Lawrence and Kevin Jamieson
(left to right) Diane McCabe, VSA director of social care and well-being; �Kim Winchester, Linn Moor school teacher; Linn Moor school students Kyle Williamson and Aidan Macaulay, with representatives from the CETCO team Dianne Smith-Lawrence and Kevin Jamieson

CETCO Oilfield Services has exceeded its fundraising target by £100, successfully raising £1100 for a local charity via this year’s Baker Hughes 10K.

Three CETCO employee, six clients and a Carer from Linn Moor took part in the race to raise money in support of local charity VSA Linn Moor Residential School.

Based in Peterculter, the school is for young people aged 5 to 18 years and specialises in supporting those diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. VSA also provides day-care services for children and young people with additional support needs.

The money raised by the CETCO team will go towards various projects around the school including a notice board to showcase student art work, a decorative window display in their soft play room area and specialised door signs to benefit the students at Linn Moor School.