Firefighters, family and friends to team up for Manea charity car wash in memory of Aaron

PUBLISHED: 11:37 08 April 2015 | UPDATED: 11:37 08 April 2015

Aaron Mayes.

Aaron Mayes.


Fenland firefighters are teaming up with fundraisers to raise cash in memory of Manea man Aaron Mayes.

Drivers in and around Manea are encouraged to pop along to a charity car wash on Saturday, April 18, from 9am until midday at the village’s Rose and Crown pub, in the High Street.

The event is being organised by the on-call crew from Manea Fire Station, who have teamed up with fundraising group Team A-Mayesing to raise funds for MIND and The Fire Fighters Charity.

Watch Commander Mark Milner said: “Towards the end of last year local young man Aaron Mayes, who was well known to the crew and residents of Manea, sadly took his own life following a history of mental health problems.

“We were asked by fundraisers from Team A-Mayesing if the crew from Manea would hold a car wash and we were more than happy to help.

“Our firefighters will be teaming up to scrub cars with volunteers from Team A-Mayesing throughout the morning for these two worthy causes.”

Team A-Mayesing also has its own donation page if anyone wishes to make a contribution:

Manea is recruiting on-call firefighters and anyone interested can pop along to the event to have a chat with the crew.

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