Nu-Heat MD behind bars for children’s charity

Locked up for a good cause

Our Managing Director, David Roberts, is preparing to be put behind bars next month in support of the Nu-Heat’s nominated charity of the year, Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).

Found guilty of misplaced sporting loyalties, David will be locked up at Exeter Castle on Friday 21st September as part of the charity’s Jail & Bail fundraiser.

Nu-Heat MD David Roberts needs to raise £999 bail for Children’s Hospice South West to secure his release
Complete lack of remorse

Showing no remorse for his heinous crime of supporting Bristol Bears rugby club whilst living and working in Exeter Chiefs territory, David’s only hope of release is to raise bail of £999 from his cell. All the money raised will be donated to CHSW.

Time off for good behaviour

David Roberts explains:

“Whilst I have little chance of being found innocent, I am hoping to be let out early for good behaviour on account of my fundraising efforts! We chose Children’s Hospice South West as Nu-Heat’s charity of the year in order to do our bit for this important cause. The work that CHSW do to provide care for children across the region who have life-limiting conditions, as well as support for their families, is awe-inspiring – and definitely worth getting locked up for.

“I’m determined to raise as much as possible for CHSW, so am putting out an early plea for donations towards my bail target, which will be added to the money we have already raised at Nu-Heat through our annual charity raffle and fundraising events. To make a donation, please visit my fundraising page.”

The race is on

Find out if David earns his get out of jail card in time by following Nu-Heat on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.

Find out more about the work of Children’s Hospice South West.

Emma Brown

Emma is Nu-Heat's PR & Marketing Executive, responsible for the fulfilment and coordination of all PR activities, editorial and marketing projects.

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