Baton charity supports Royal Navy Benevolent Trust

PUBLISHED: 14:00 18 August 2011 | UPDATED: 16:15 22 August 2011

Founder Alan Rowe presenting a cheque to the RNBT at Castaway House in Portsmouth.

Founder Alan Rowe presenting a cheque to the RNBT at Castaway House in Portsmouth.

Copyright: Jeremy Paul Clark

Alan Rowe MBE hands over cheque for £1,000.

Alan Rowe MBE, founder of the Honiton-based Baton charity, together with trustee Jeremy Clark, travelled to Castaway House in Portsmouth to present a £1,000 cheque to the Royal Naval Benevolent Trust (RNBT).

“The day was extremely enlightening as to just how much valuable work is done by the RNBT and the hospitality was perfect!” said Mr Rowe.

Pictured are Phil Shuttleworth, a former Royal Marine and Vice President of the RNBT, accepting the cheque from Alan, and Sarah Vanes, a member of the RNBT’s grants committee, is holding the Baton.


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