Padiham man needs to raise 'bail' money in support of Derian House

A Padiham man has found himself in “jail” at work for constantly breaking chairs – and needs to raise some cash for charity to guarantee his release.

Robert Taylor (50) the new head of audio visual at Altham company Media Village has got himself in a bit of bother, and must now raise a minimum of £999 for Chorley-based children’s hospice Derian House.

"Bail me Out” is a fund-raising idea dreamt up by Derian House aimed at chief executives and managing directors of companies to help them raise money.

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Robert said: “I can’t believe they’ve done this to me, what is the world coming to when a chap can’t break a couple of flimsy office chairs with his admittedly a little heavy behind without his colleagues throwing him to the wolves?”

Robert Taylor is raising money for Derian House
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To support Robert please visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/prisoner-robert.

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Derian House provide respite and end-of-life care to more than 450 children and young people across the North West.