The Chief Executive Officer at RGB Building Supplies is heading to "jail" next Friday as part of Children’s Hospice South West’s Jail & Bail fundraising initiative.

For his crimes against dancing, Kevin Fenlon will be thrown in prison at Exeter Castle with fellow business men and women.

His bail will then be set at £999 and over the course of the day Kevin will be inviting friends, family, colleagues and local RGB customers to donate to the charity and help secure his release. Players from the Exeter Chiefs will be visiting Kevin in the afternoon to show their support.

Kevin said: “Children’s Hospice South West is our chosen charity and, over the past 18 months, I’m extremely proud that the RGB team has raised very close to a fantastic £25,000. They’ve now decided it’s my turn to fundraise and believe the best way to do this is to lock me up!

“I appreciate that for some it may be tempting to leave me there and not donate, but I really would like to make bail and support such a fantastic charity which does vital work in our region. In advance, a huge thank you to everyone who donates.”

On Friday, September 21, donations can be made by visiting Kevin Fenlon’s fundraising page at

RGB Building Supplies will be organising further events to support Children’s Hospice South West. The hospice provides care for children with life-limiting conditions and their families across the South West.