Published: 00:00, 16 April 2014
| Updated: 12:52, 16 April 2014
Five-year-old Marley Whyatt is thrilled to be the winner of the KM Charity Team’s iPad competition.
The prize was donated by True Telecom, which supports the KM Charity Team’s Walk to School project.
Marley and his mum Carrie from Maidstone collected the tablet during a presentation at True Telecom’s offices at Romney Place in Maidstone.
Carrie said: “I really couldn’t believe it when I got the email to say he had won. Marley was so excited and when I told him his picture was going to be in the paper he said ‘I’m going to be a super star!’
“He has already made up his mind to download the Minecraft App and Sonic the Hedgehog. I’m sure there will be many more and he has agreed to let his brother watch him!”
Simon Dolby, chief executive of the KM Charity Team, thanked True Telecom for donating such a terrific prize for the competition. He added: “Marley and his family will have a great deal of fun using the iPad.”
Stuart Griffiths, CEO of True Telecom, said: “We are delighted to work with the KM Charity Team and support the local community in Kent. True Telecom is the UK’s fastest growing broadband, mobile and telecoms service provider and we work with a large number of business customers across the whole of the UK. Congratulations to Marley for winning the competition – we hope he enjoys the iPad.”
For more information about the KM’s charity department, including KM Walk to School, visit www.kmcharityteam.co.uk.
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