Community Support Initiatives

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2607, 2016

Aperture sponsors Give & Gain Day scheme

On 18 May 2012, over 30 volunteers from Kingspan Insulation gave their time to regenerate the forest school area at St Winefride’s. With sponsorship from Aperture, as well as a host of volunteers and generous donations, the new-look school area will provide a much improved learning environment for more than 450 pupils, aged from 3 to 11 years.

“We are so grateful for all the generous donations we received,” said Peter Bullough, Divisional Finance Director for Kingspan. “We are well aware that without your support we would not have been able to accomplish half of what we did.”

Every year Aperture plays its part in a number of community support initiatives, from sponsoring events to employees running marathons for charity. The company will continue to support the community by encouraging employees, customers and suppliers to utilise their skills and time through a range of volunteering and fund-raising efforts.

2507, 2016

Leading roofing companies support Tower2Tower cyclist

On the 28th July 2012, Mark will be joined by 13 other riders including former footballer Colin Hendry as they set off from beneath Blackpool Tower. Sporting his brand new cycling apparel supplied by BriggsAmasco, Hyflex and Aperture, Mark will ride his way down through England and over the English Channel, before arriving at the Eiffel Tower in Paris on Saturday 4th August.

The group will cycle between 70 and 100 miles every day, with the hard and sometimes painful work rewarded with a celebration meal in Paris on the final night. The event will raise much-needed funds for various charities including the Denise Hendry Foundation and main charity Challenge 4 Change.

“I came about working for Challenge 4 Change after a 6 week placement from University in February 2011 – giving me a great insight into the fantastic work they do,” said Mark Knowles. “As soon as I heard about the cycle challenge I was determined to get involved and hoped to raise as much money as I could for the Challenge 4 Change charity.

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The dates of the challenge were as below:

Saturday 28th July: Blackpool to Manchester (52 miles)
Sunday 29th July: Manchester to Chesterfield (50 miles)
Monday 30th July: Chesterfield to Market Harborough (71 miles)
Tuesday 31st July: Market Harborough to Harlow (91 miles)
Wednesday 1st August: Harlow to Calais (91 Miles)
Thursday 2nd August: Calais to Aimens (98 miles)
Friday 3rd August: Aimens to Chantilly (69 miles)
Saturday 4th August: Chantilly to Paris (34 miles)

2407, 2016

BriggsAmasco looks to the future at MidKent College Open Day

BriggsAmasco was joined by some of the country’s largest construction companies, existing students and staff, as well as local employers. Visitors could discuss the opportunities available to them, from Foundation and Degree courses in Construction & Civil Engineering to apprenticeship schemes and internships with industry-leading businesses.

The first UK roofing contractor to achieve “Investor in People” status, BriggsAmasco places great emphasis on training and employee development. In the last 12 months alone, the company allocated some 504 days to individual staff and operative training both on site and at the dedicated training centre at its West Midlands HQ.

With a reputation for supporting its employees in vocational and educational training, an active policy of promotion from within, and a host of high-profile projects and clients – BriggsAmasco presents an array of career opportunities to the UK’s roofing professionals of tomorrow.

2307, 2016

BriggsAmasco helps build a future for Barnardo’s

At BAM construction sites all over the UK, sub-contractors, suppliers and clients are being invited to buy bricks to help raise £2,500per site. Each of the bricks ‘bought’ by BriggsAmasco will be displayed on a brick wall banner hanging from scaffolding at the front of the £170million regeneration of Kings Cross Central, Eastern Goods Yard.

All money raised by the ‘Buy a Brick’ campaign will support Barnardo’s efforts to get more young people back in to education, employment or training, through local vocational training programmes.

2207, 2016

BriggsAmasco supports ‘Roofing Racers’ charity fundraiser

For the fifth year running, BriggsAmasco was a part of a team of ‘Roofing Racers’ to complete the 750m swim in the Thames, 20km cycle and 5km sprint finish. And this year was the most successful yet, with a record number of fundraisers comprising 34 teams of three people (one person for each part of the course), as well as 47 individuals.

“This event is only possible with the sponsorship of a number of companies and organisations, and we are delighted to help in any way we can,” said Dave Maginnis, Managing Director of BriggsAmasco. “We are thrilled to be supporting the event again in 2012, as it continues to provide much-needed funds to extremely worthwhile causes.”

BriggsAmasco will be doing their bit again next year, helping to make the event bigger and better than ever and aiming to raise more than £100,000 in 2012.

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