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  • Water Cooler supplier Angel Springs provides refreshment for wet and wild charity day

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    Water Cooler supplier Angel Springs provides refreshment for wet and wild charity day

    Leading UK water cooler supplier Angel Springs is gearing up for some charitable fun and games in Wolverhampton this weekend. The company is supplying 1,000 500ml sports cap water bottles for Compton in the Park. Compton in the Park is a free annual fundraising event organised by Compton Hospice, which offers care and support to patients with life-limiting illnesses. The hospice cares for around 1,500 people in Wolverhampton and the surrounding areas, relying on donations and fundraising initiatives to fund its work. Angel Springs has a long association with the hospice – it has supported them with sponsorship, donations and a staff payroll-giving scheme for five years. The sports cap water bottles supplied by Angel Springs will provide much-needed hydration for those taking part in the five-mile Sponsored Memory Walk and Fun Run – which looks set to be a highlight of the day. Walkers and runners will sport T-shirts emblazoned with the name of a loved one that they are remembering, and yellow hospice balloons will also be available for participants to carry. Also on the programme is the hospice’s much-loved, It’s a Knockout competition, based on the fondly-remembered game show of the same name. In keeping with Angel Springs’ watery contribution to the event, teams will battle through four wet-and-wild games that look set to test the mettle of even the most resilient contestants. Visitors who turn up to the free fun day will also be treated to a petting zoo, market stalls, dance groups and a dog display team – as well as performances from some of the West Midlands’ best up-and-coming bands. Proceedings will be compered by Signal 107 radio presenter Dicky Dodd, whose inimitable antics are sure to keep the whole family chuckling throughout the fun and games. Thanks to the Signal 107 Roadshow – which will broadcast the festivities across the county – even those who can’t make it on the day will be able to join in the fun. John Murphy, commercial director at Angel Springs, said: “We’re proud to be associated with Compton Hospice yet again, and look forward to joining in the fun at Compton in the Park this weekend. “We hope that our contribution will help the day run smoothly.” Compton in the Park is due to be held in West Park, Wolverhampton on Sunday, June 24 – kicking off at 9.30am.