KIND-hearted staff at Enniskillen firm Saicaflex (formerly Webtech) have donated £2,000 to charity in memory of a valued colleague who died last summer.

Keith Boyd passed away at his home in Bellanaleck in August 2016 after suffering from pancreatic cancer.

The father-of-two was employed as a Production Planner for over 26 years and was held in very high esteem within the company, located at the Killyhevlin Industrial Estate.

His former colleagues wanted to raise money in his memory for the Pancreatic Cancer Fund NI.

A number of fundraising events have been held, including a breakfast brunch, 40-mile cycle and Christmas draw.

Mr. Boyd himself was a very keen cyclist and completed the Malin to Mizen Head challenge on two occasions for Marie Curie.

“This week we were able to present the cheque to the charity and we hope to raise more money in the future,” a spokeswoman for the firm added.

The former pupil of Portora Royal School was well-known within the motorsport community in Northern Ireland and was a dedicated member of Enniskillen Motor Club.

Having spent many years acting as a navigator at rallies across the country, he later devoted himself to the administrative side of motorsport.

Mr. Boyd served as Clerk of the Course for many rallies, most notably the Lakeland Stages Rally, the Erne Safari and the Northern Ireland Championship Autotest.

In January last year, he became only the third President of Enniskillen Motor Club.