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Format: 17/02/2020
Format: 17/02/2020
Sharon Blackett and Pamela Malcolm from Hunterston B power station
Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Hunterston B workers take to the sky for charity

Three dare-devil members of staff at EDF Energy’s Hunterston B power station have taken part in a charity skydive to raise money for the company’s official charity partner, Breast Cancer Now. Fundraising efforts have the station have raised more than £9,000 so far with the skydive raising more the £2,000 of that total.

L-R: Blair Morrison, Alistair Boyd, Calum McLuckie, Christopher Barclay and Martin Gaetano during their Three Peaks challenge
Friday, August 11, 2017

Hunterston B worker tackles Three Peaks for charity

A member of staff at EDF Energy’s Hunterston B power station has conquered the United Kingdom’s three highest peaks for charity. Ardrossan man Martin Gaetano who is a project planner at the station put his skills to good use to mastermind the challenge which he completed with four of his friends. They raised more than £1,600 for Beatson Cancer Charity in the process.

Hunterston B Station Director, Colin Weir, hands over a cheque for £8,000 to North Ayrshire Women's Aid's Chief Officer, Mary Beglan
Thursday, August 3, 2017

Hunterston B gives funding boost to local women’s charity

A North Ayrshire charity which offers emotional and practical support for women and children affected by domestic abuse has become the latest beneficiary of EDF Energy’s Scottish Charity Fund. The owner of Hunterston B power station has donated £8,000 from the fund to North Ayrshire Women’s Aid.

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