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Pall-Ex staff become charity calendar girls

Female employees from the Leicestershire-based palletised freight network, Pall-Ex, have dared to bare almost all for charity.

The 12 brave volunteers have stripped off for a charity calendar with the aim of raising over £2000 for the Princess Royal Trust for Carers.

The charity calendars, which feature the women in a number of locations at Pall-Ex's purpose-built £12M Leicestershire hub, are currently being printed. They will then be sold to staff and members of the 100-strong Pall-Ex network in the run up to Christmas.

Hilary Devey founder, owner and CEO of Pall-Ex, commented: “As a patron of the Princess Royal Trust for Carers, I am so proud of everyone for going that extra mile to raise funds. The end result is a truly fantastic calendar that I know everyone will be snapping up.

“All of the money that's raised will go towards helping 133 independently-managed Carers' Centres, which cater for a total of more than 310,000 carers across the country.”

Pall-Ex is also continuing to support the Princess Royal Trust for Carers through its Penny-a-Pallet scheme – a project devised by Hilary, which sees a penny donated to the fund for every pallet delivered by Pall-Ex.

For more information about Pall-Ex, log on to www.pallex.com or call Tony Mellor, Commercial Director, on +44 (0) 1530 239000.

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