AN Appleton resident has come up with a unique fundraising idea as she attempts to travel from Manchester to John o' Groats and Land's End in a tuk tuk.

Becky Rawlinson, who works for Greene King, will be raising money for Macmillan, following the charity's dip in funding during lockdown.

"As a company we usually have a massive month of fundraising in May for Macmillan," Becky explained.

"With all of our pubs shut for the whole of May we realised that the charity had missed out on a significant amount of donations from us, and we wanted to find a safe way to kick start the fundraising.

"Macmillan estimates a loss in revenue of around £80 million this year, putting key cancer services at risk just when they are needed the most.

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Becky, along with fellow colleague Cheryl Donlan, will be travelling from Manchester to John o' Groats in a tuk tuk, continuing on to Land's End before starting their journey home.

The pair will be attempting to stop by a number of Greene King sites to help generate awareness and extra donations for Macmillan.

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Warrington is home to a number of Greene King sites, including Mulberry Tree Inn in Stockton Heath, Chapelford Farm in Great Sankey, Juniper Farm in Woolston and Waterside in Centre Park.