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Ayton Global Research Raises Funds for Charity

Ayton Global Research Raises Funds for Charity

Ayton Global Research has been raising funds for SOS Africa for over 3 years.

On the 20th May, Ayton's Global Sales Director, Adam Reimann spent 24 hours at Her Majesty's Pleasure inside HMP Cornhill to raise money to support the education of children in the Mafikeng region of South Africa.

Adam said 'It was a fantastic experience. I'm so impressed with how organised it was. I feel so proud that I help Matt Crowcombe's SOS Africa to support the kids in Africa.'

HMP Shepton Mallet is the oldest purpose-built prison with the highest prison walls in England. It was closed in 2013.

Adam took up the very last opportunity to stay in this ancient monument which will now be developed for housing.

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