Military mission to Paris raises £10,000 for hospice

Lance Corporal Stephen Okey, L Cpl Stephen Kelly and Chief Technician Fraser Rutter with Matt O’Sullivan and Radha Dodhia at Douglas House

Lance Corporal Stephen Okey, L Cpl Stephen Kelly and Chief Technician Fraser Rutter with Matt O’Sullivan and Radha Dodhia at Douglas House Buy this photo

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MILITARY personnel based at RAF Brize Norton have raised more than £10,000 for young people at an Oxford hospice.

A team of five airmen and soldiers cycled 230 miles from London to Paris to raise money for Helen & Douglas House.

They presented the cheque to the hospice and met some of the young people who spend time there, including Matt O’Sullivan and Radha Dodhia, right, pictured with, from left, Lance Corporal Stephen Okey and L Cpl Stephen Kelly, both Royal Engineers, and joint air delivery test and evaluation unit Chief Technician Fraser Rutter.

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