Graeme spins through hoops for charity

Graeme Lang gives up his beloved Rangers shirt to cycle in a Celtic outfit to raise money for charity.target of �1000 for children in need. As you all know he works at the Kelso swimming pool which is part of the BSLT group which has pools around the borders area. He agreed to swap his beloved Rangers football strip for a Celtic one in aid of Children in Need. He began wearing this on the Thursday night before the main fundraising day, at his spinning class in Kelso.He came in for a considerable amount of stick but kept going with this to wear the Celtic strip for the whole of the Friday too while at work at Kelso pool. He is so popular that he got visits all day from friends, local school children and local swimmers donating money to this great cause. He is a real star and thought a great deal about this before eventually giving up his beloved Rangers top!
Graeme Lang gives up his beloved Rangers shirt to cycle in a Celtic outfit to raise money for charity.target of �1000 for children in need. As you all know he works at the Kelso swimming pool which is part of the BSLT group which has pools around the borders area. He agreed to swap his beloved Rangers football strip for a Celtic one in aid of Children in Need. He began wearing this on the Thursday night before the main fundraising day, at his spinning class in Kelso.He came in for a considerable amount of stick but kept going with this to wear the Celtic strip for the whole of the Friday too while at work at Kelso pool. He is so popular that he got visits all day from friends, local school children and local swimmers donating money to this great cause. He is a real star and thought a great deal about this before eventually giving up his beloved Rangers top!
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THE final tally for Morebattle’s Graeme Lang, who cycled while wearing the football strip of his beloved Rangers’ fiercest rivals to raise money for charity, is £932.

The Kelso swimming pool assistant donned the green and white hoops of Celtic during a spinning class at Abbey Fitness Gym in November in aid of Children in Need.

Spinning class leader Lynn Young said: “Graeme began wearing the Celtic strip on the Thursday night before the main fundraising day at his spinning class. He came in for a considerable amount of stick, but kept going to wear it for the whole of the Friday too while at work!

“He got visits all day from friends, local schoolchildren and local swimmers donating money to this great cause. He is a real star.”