We had great fun last night corporate Go-Karting at Rye House Karting raising much needed funds for our local hospice St Clare who take care of hundreds of people across West Essex and the East Hertfordshire border. They provide free, compassionate care and support to adults with life-limiting illnesses, their families and carers. Read more about the event here: https://stclarehospice.org.uk/event/corporate-go-karting/
Proud to support our client Canary Wharf Contractors/CWCL Charity Fund Official Canary Wharf Contractors Fund. The charity bring together the construction community while contributing to local, worthwhile causes since 2001. Our team at the football match. The guys had a great time - it was definitely the taking part that counted!
Best of luck to staff of our client, Willmott Dixon who are holding a charity cycle ride this week cycling 66 miles to raise vital money for Action Medical Research - a charity that helps fund medical research to beat the diseases that devastate the lives of so many of our children. https://www.action.org.uk/ https://www.willmottdixon.co.uk/news/willmott-dixons-ride-set-to-net-thousands-for-childrens-charity
On Friday 1st September, our client Weston Homes held their 23rd charity golf day in aid of St Clare Hospice. Players were treated to a day on the Stoke by Nayland golf course, followed by dinner, comedy entertainment from Bobby Davro and a charity auction. An impressive £110k was raised from the day/evening and donated directly to local charity St Clare Hospice. Alloy Fabweld were happy to support this fantastic day of golf, laughs and donations! Read more about the day he
Alloy Fabweld were happy to support the 2nd annual village Soapbox Race in Great Easton last weekend. A longer, steeper course this year, a jump for the adults and a large entertainment area also supported by Great Dunmow Round Table. The theme this year was Best of British and the karts looked fantastic in the hot sun! Teams competed for the fastest and best design in three groups, junior, intermediate and senior. The village was brimming with visitors and the heat of the