Coppers donate to charities

PC Michelle Rusden and Inspector Julie McLeish also presented a cheque for £120.10 to the British Red Cross and Margaret MacInnes and Agnes Glencross from its Lochgilphead Shop accepted the cheque

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A Police Scotland wellbeing event in Lochgilphead for officers and staff nailed funds for two charities.

On Tuesday PC Michelle Rusden, who organised the event, and Inspector Julie McLeish from Lochgilphead, presented a cheque for £120.10 to Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland and a further sum of £120.10 to the British Red Cross.

There was fundraising during the day with prizes generously donated by the Scottish Police Recreation Association and Portavadie Spa and Leisure.

Police Scotland is committed to the health and wellbeing of all our staff and their families, ensuring that they have support on a wide range of issues.

Hazel Hamilton, stroke co-ordinator for Argyll and Bute and Jackie Gilmour cardiovascular nurse for Mid Argyll and Kintyre accepted the cheque from PC Michelle Rusden and Inspector Julie McLeish.  NO_c17policecharity02_CHS

PC Michelle Rusden and Inspector Julie McLeish also presented a cheque for £120.10 to the British Red Cross and Margaret MacInnes and Agnes Glencross from its Lochgilphead Shop accepted the cheque.  NO_c17policecharity01_red_cross