Corporate Partners

Without the kind help and support from our Corporate partners this trip would not have been able to take place, so we would like to pass on our thanks to the below Companies for their donations:


A big thankyou to Peter Brown & James Service at PJ Brown Construction for their donation.

A big thankyou to Dave Howard at Sowga Ltd for his kind Donation.

Established over 40 years ago, Sowga has developed into a thriving independent building services company with an outstanding reputation in the market.
 
The Sowga name originates from the different processes it was set up to serve: Steam/Oil/Water/Gas/Air. Since then, Sowga has diversified and integrated other emerging practices, to become a fully integrated building services engineering company. Through sustainable development and the expansion of our in-house engineering team, Sowga has grown to be a valued provider within the facilities management industry.
 
We help facilities and property managers run more energy-efficient, cost-effective and sustainable businesses, through the installation and maintenance of hard services including mechanical, electrical, HVAC, BEMS, Fire & Security and Public Health. We work with a range of property stakeholders, from facilities managers to consultants within the commercial, leisure and luxury residential sectors, including representatives of some of central London’s most exclusive real estate.
Why you wanted to help support our charity Event?
Sowga feel very strongly about supporting local charities, with many of our staff based in the West Sussex area this is a charity that benefits the community of our employees.
A big thankyou to Nathan & Yolanda Noye at Bike Box Borrow for their Kind Donation

BikeBoxBorrow a Horsham based Business was set up in 2014 to offer the local cycling community a solution to comfortably transport their bikes (Downhill, Cross Country or Road) safely when travelling.  The company is owned and run by husband and wife team, Nathan and Yolanda Noye.  Nathan is a keen veteran downhill mountain bike rider and Yolanda likes to participate in Sportives.
 
Why you wanted to help support our charity Event? St Catherine’s Hospice in Crawley is a local charity to us and we are delighted to be able to support them, also George one of the Team is a close friend.


A big thankyou to Paul Gasson at Bluecoats Sports for his kind support in providing the Team with the facilities to train over the Winter, a kind gesture that was apprecited by us all.

Bluecoat Sport Centre, our official Fitness Partner, is Horsham’s finest health and fitness club.   They have plenty on offer including a state-of-the-art conditioned fitness suite, a newly refurbished Matrix Indoor Cycling room, 25 metre swimming pool and sauna, 15 tennis courts and a jam-packed timetable with a class to suite everyone. For more information, visit their website www.bluecoatsports.co.uk
A big thankyou to Simon Cripps at Elite Office Systems for his kind donation

A big thankyou to Duncan Bell and Asheigh Bell for their Kind Donation.

I Bell & Sons was started about 40 years ago by Ian Bell, focusing on pig farming and agricultural work, over the years his son Duncan Bell turned the company into a Groundworks and Civil Engineering Business. It re-branded to become Bell & Sons Construction Limited in 2009. The business is based in Faygate, West Sussex and undertakes work predominantly in Sussex/Surrey
Why you wanted to help support our charity Event?
St Catherine’s Hospice have provided care for two family members along with several friends and helped made there last days as easy as possible
A big thankyou to Martyn Flack at Southern Foam for their kind donation

A big thankyou to Matt Sprigge at SPR Heating for their kind donation.

A big thank you to Matt Cox at Citrus Signs for their kind donation of our Fundraising banner, please check out their website http://www.citrussigns.co.uk


A big thankyou to Paul Griffiths at Printz Charmin for their kind donation of our Charity T-Shirts, please check out their website for all of your print/embroidery needs – http://www.printzcharmin.co.uk