insureTAXI’s Taxi Insurance Team: Hot wax, cold chests and lots of pain to raise money to buy presents for the children at Leighton Hospital

Published: December 23, 2011

Taxi Insurance Advisor has chest waxed for local children's hospital

Jonny just before the waxing – looking calm!

Cheap Taxi Insurance Provider's staff raise money for local hospital's children

AGONY!! Amelia (one of our taxi insurance advisors) pulls strips off Jonny’s chest!

As a child, a stay in hospital can be a daunting experience and even more so around Christmas time.  Our taxi insurance team wanted to do something to make their Christmas a little better.  They decided to raise money to buy presents for the children staying in the local hospital in a novel and rather painful way!
Steve Burns, Jonny Kettle and Adam Caccamo all volunteered to have their chests waxed in front of the whole company, on the proviso that everybody donated money towards Christmas gifts for the kids in the children’s ward at Leighton hospital.
A local beautician kindly volunteered her time to do the waxing – however our staff members were allowed to pull off strips for £2 a go!
Taxi Cab Insurance Advisors raise money for hospital

Jonny & Steve after waxing (with nervous Adam in the background – up next!)

The 3 volunteers did not quite realise what an eye watering experience it was – the pictures tell the story(!) – However, it was all for a fantastic cause and well over £500 was raised.

Taxi Insurance Advisors raise money for charity

Sue Palin, from the children’s ward at Leighton hospital said “We’re very grateful to the staff at County Insurance and it was lovely to see the children’s faces as they received their presents”
The taxi insurance team delivered the presents on Thursday 22nd December.  Steve Burns said “It was a privilege to meet and chat to the children.  We were delighted to surprise them with the gifts!”
Taxi Cab Insurance Team deliver Christmas presents to local children's hospital

Some of the taxi insurance team delivering the presents to Leighton Hospital

Posted by Tim Crighton

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