The Insurance Institute of Exeter has raised a total of £1,200 at its recent 95th annual president's dinner, with a further £450 being raised in support of the Insurance Charities.
As part of the fundraising activity, current Exeter president Mark Fowles proved himself to be the hard man of insurance when he completed the Rock Solid 5km mud run and obstacle course at Escot Park, Exeter. His efforts raised more than £600 for Hospiscare -- his chosen charity for his year as president.
The Exeter Chartered Insurance Institute was established in 1920 and serves more than 1,600 members in an area ranging from Bridgwater to north Devon and from west and south Devon across to west Dorset.
(L to R Mark Fowles, president; Richard Cousins, corporate relationships manager, Hospiscare; Russell Langham, charity officer, Exeter CII)