We know that you, our lovely readers are a generous bunch of audiophiles, so we wanted to share the news that KJF Audio owner, Stefan Whatcott, is taking on the Mudnificent 7 mud run challenge on the 17th August.

Stefan’s family have had cause to use the facilities of the Myton hospice in Warwickshire three times since he was young. Myton look after the well being of cancer sufferers and their families as they approach the end of their lives. Looking for ways to give back, Stefan has entered the race along with his wife, and would like your help to give as much as possible.

Donate Through Just Giving

Here is a link to his just giving page, please do give as generously as you can.




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