MIND moves raise cash

Excalibur Martial Arts has raised £1,230 for the mental health charity MIND with a variety of events including the annual GTI 100 Rounds of Sparring. The club’s Cathy McGinley says, “We had an initial target of £250, which was quickly smashed within a couple of days of fundraising and more than quadrupled in just a few weeks! We were overwhelmed by the generosity of the club and the extended Excalibur family and would like to express our heartfelt thanks for their support.”


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