Our team in Grantham hit the streets last week to bring some festive cheer at the ‘Christmas on the Green’ in the town. As well as their Christmas wishes competition, they were raising money for SportsAid star Adam Harrison and local homelessness charity, Framework.
Find out how we are getting behind homelessness this Christmas…We will be donning our ‘Slippers for Shelter’ on December, and also organising some special collections for local charities. Watch this space.
Glynn Pope our Estate Agency Manager in St.Albans has continued his great work with 'Wayne's Fund'. A charity he set up following the tragic death of his brother. He has taken this tragedy and turned it into a proactive positive fight to save as many lives as he can, by placing defibrillators in key locations in the community. The latest is at The Orchard Primary School. We are very proud of you Glynn....
Our St. Alban’s Estate Agency Manager Glynn Pope took on a cycle challenge this weekend to raise money for Wayne’s Fund in memory of his brother. The family set up the charity ten years ago and in that time, have raised and donated £90,000 of equipment and training to raise awareness of SADs. Give them a ‘like’ and spread the word.
A Hertfordshire primary school now has the reassurance of a heart defibrillator on its premises – and it’s not the first time an organisation in the county has been donated life-saving equipment by Wayne’s Fund, a charity set up by our local estate agent, Glynn Pope.
Our Market Harborough office are boxing clever by taking part in a Christmas appeal to help vulnerable and young people across Leicestershire. The team at Market Harborough have chosen to support The Children’s Society, which runs local projects, helping children and young people when they are at their most vulnerable and feel they have nowhere left to turn.
Staff at our head office have raised for Framework by wearing their PJ’s to work to kick-start their fundraising for the Big Sleep Out. The ‘Best Dressed’ award went to the Central Mortgage Team!
A quick scroll through her Facebook feed proved to be very much to the ‘liking’ of Zoe Thorpe – it earned her a brand new iPad Mini thanks to Harrison Murray (HM). The 20-year-old from Wisbech saw a HM ‘Spot The Dog’ competition online and by sharing it with her friends (there were over 1,000 shares in total) was entered into a free prize draw.