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Paul's Big Swim for The Chestnut Appeal for Men's Health

By  Mimi Richardson  on  10 Sep 2021

Rosslyn CEO Paul Watts has volunteered to swim around St Michael’s Mount in Cornwall to raise money for The Chestnut Appeal for Men’s Health. Paul’s ‘Big Swim’ is happening in honour of his father Nigel’s 80th birthday. Nigel was diagnosed with prostate cancer some years ago, and his family are raising funds to support the charity who supported him through his treatment after amazing support and care received by The Chestnut Appeal for Men’s Health.

Paul will be swimming 2.5km, starting on the beach at Marazion, through the clear waters over the causeway and around the Mount before returning to the beach.

About The Chestnut Appeal for Men’s Health

Raising awareness of Men’s Cancers is at the heart of everything we do, & we aim to make a marked difference to men’s health across the region.

We support the very latest in treatments and technology that wouldn’t be available without community fundraising and we rely on donations from the public.

This is one of the many events the team at Rosslyn are taking part in this month as part of our charitable and sustainability pledges. Look out for us on social for more exciting stories.


Paul, your team wish you the best of luck on this fantastic event!

If you would like to help Paul and his family reach their fundraising goal, please visit