COMMUNICATIONS NEWS: Driving awareness

Only Fools and Horses characters Boycie and Marlene helped Macmillan Cancer Relief to launch its first branded bus in Glasgow. Actors John Challis and Sue Holderness took a break from their national theatre tour of How the Other Half Loves to help the charity. The double-decker is decorated with the charity's trademark green and the strapline 'Helping people living with cancer in Glasgow'. It is part of First Glasgow's bus fleet and aims to increase awareness of the charity in the Scottish city. Ian Gibson, the charity's Scotland director, said: "We hope the bus will help us to reach our Glasgow appeal target of £1.2 million and enable us to fund more services in the city." Eleven companies, which have paid for logo space on the outside of the bus, are covering the branding costs.

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