Posts tagged charity

British Gypsum to Create Healthy Homes at Social Housing Event

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British Gypsum

30th Jun 2015

British Gypsum, the UK’s leading manufacturer of interior lining systems, will be showcasing its product range for the social housing sector at the 2015 Great Homes and Communities event (6-7th July, University of Warwick). Hosted by the National Housing Federation, the exhibition unites

Providing Support For Newcastle's Homeless Women

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British Gypsum

22nd Jun 2015

British Gypsum, the UK’s leading manufacturer of interior lining systems, has helped CRASH support Newcastle voluntary organisation, Saint Vincent de Paul (SVP), with the creation of self-contained accommodation for homeless women. In association with the UK’s property and construction

Selby Community Centre Gets a Facelift

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British Gypsum

20th Nov 2014

Monk Fryston and Hillam Community Association has given its village community centre a new lease of life, thanks to a donation from British Gypsum. The project was also supported by Selby District Council’s Western Area Community Engagement Forum. The centre, which is located at the heart of

British Gypsum Helps Crash Build Refuge for Homeless People

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British Gypsum

23rd Jul 2014

British Gypsum has donated free materials and its expertise to CRASH (Construction and Property Industry Charity for the Homeless) to help transform The Pilsdon Community in Dorset. Consisting of a manor house, a small farm and a little church, The Pilsdon Community was founded in 1958 to offer an

British Gypsum Conquers Three Peaks Challenge

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British Gypsum

8th Jul 2014

A team of 13 British Gypsum employees took on the gruelling national Three Peaks Challenge between Friday 27 th and Saturday 28 th June to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Research as well as the construction and property industry’s homeless charity — CRASH. The journey, which involves

Award Win for Pegler Yorkshire Employee

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Pegler Yorkshire

30th Jun 2014

An employee from leading plumbing and heating manufacturer, Pegler Yorkshire, has scooped an award for his commitment to the Young Enterprise Scheme; an enterprise and education charity that offers an extracurricular business programme to young people across the UK. Shane Jefferson, aged 42 from

Ancon donates Centenary Bench to celebrate 100 years of stainless steel

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Ancon

6th Jan 2014

As part of Sheffield’s celebrations to mark 100 years since the discovery of stainless steel, Ancon has created a stylish Centenary Bench, which it has donated to the City’s Millennium Gallery where it will remain on permanent display and in regular use by visitors. Ancon joined forces

British Gypsum Donates Materials and Training Resources to Rebuild the Lives of Veterans

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British Gypsum

27th Aug 2013

British Gypsum has donated materials and training resources to veterans charity, Houses2Homes, to help ex-service personnel and their families rebuild their lives. The materials will be used as part of an initiative, developed in partnership with Mansfield District Council, which sees veterans

100 Mile Cycle Challenge for British Gypsum

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British Gypsum

23rd Aug 2013

Employees of plaster and drylining manufacturer, British Gypsum, have raised just under £14,000 for charity by taking part in a 100 mile cycle challenge from Barrow, Leicestershire to Skegness. More than 100 riders, including around 60 staff members from across the business, plus friends and

British Gypsum Geologist takes on grueling Charity Challenge

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British Gypsum

13th Aug 2013

A British Gypsum employee has helped raise more than £15,000 for charity after completing an extreme outdoor challenge from Derbyshire to the Lake District in twenty four hours. Jeremy Elvins, company geologist at the plaster and drylining manufacturer’s East Leake head office, overcame

British Gypsum Celebrates Success of Charity Challenge

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British Gypsum

7th Nov 2012

British Gypsum employees gathered at the company’s headquarters this week to celebrate the success of its £100k in 100 days charity challenge. Managing director, Mike Chaldecott, and staff from the plaster, plasterboard and drylining manufacturer, were joined by representatives from

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