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 Gary Wroe, Managing Director of Birmingham based Hockley Mint and Chairman of the British Jewellers’ Association, will be making a splash later this year when he undertakes a 5.25 mile open water swim in aid of charity.

Gary Wroe MD

On 6th September 2014 Gary will be taking up the challenge of swimming in Lake Coniston to raise money two charities,Edward's Trust and the British Jewellery, Giftware and Finishing Federation Benevolent Society.

Edwards trust

 Edwards Trust offers a wide range of support services to bereaved families and children. They also offer training and support services for school staff, parents or others working with bereaved children and their families.

benevolent society logo

Gary's second charity, the Benevolent Society assists individuals who have worked within the jewellery industry and who, through old age, ill health or disability find themselves in need of financial assistance.

If you would like to support Gary and make a gernerous donation to support these very worth while causes, please visit the link below to make your donation.

All support will be very much appreciated.



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