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Macdonald Drumossie Hotel doorman Charlie Murray inspires his friends and colleagues to help raise £1,854 for Inverness-based Highland Hospice


By Ian Duncan

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Macdonald Drumossie Hotel Doorman Charlie Murray, who's being cared for at Highland Hospice, has inspired his friends and co-workers to raise funds for our cause.
Macdonald Drumossie Hotel Doorman Charlie Murray, who's being cared for at Highland Hospice, has inspired his friends and co-workers to raise funds for our cause.

An Inverness hotel doorman who is being cared for by staff at Highland Hospice has inspired his friends and co-workers to raise more than £1,800 for the charity.

Charlie Murray, who began working at the Macdonald Drumossie Hotel in 1995, and the rest of his colleagues have managed to raise an amazing £1,854 – which includes more than £400 donated for the hospice's 555 Challenge.

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A hospice spokeswoman said: "You can take part too by running 5km, donating £5, and nominating five friends to do the same."

To help Mr Murray reach his £3,000 fundraising target visit here .



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