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Thursday, 18 December 2014

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Keswick to Barrow committee member drenched in Ice Bucket Challenge

AN organiser of the Keswick to Barrow Walk was drenched by a bucket of ice cold water as part of a charity challenge.

EM Roy Barnes ice bucket challenge

Roy Barnes, project manager at BAE Systems and K2B committee member, was nominated for the Ice Bucket Challenge by Furness Newspapers managing director Jonathan Lee.

The challenge, which has become a social media phenomenon, involves participants having a bucket of ice cold water dumped on their head to raise awareness and encourage donations to charity.

To contribute, text ICED55 followed by an amount to 70070.

Click here to see more ice bucket challenge videos

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