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Bring your dog to work day

Posted by Isobel Salsbury on 11th December 2019 in Blogging | #Charity,#Giving back,St Andrews Hospice,Festive Cheer,Donation,every little helps,Santas little Helper,Lighthouse Club,Charity Auction

At Brianplant we strongly believe in giving back to the community - especially at this time of year - so we are proud to say that our donation not only helps one, but two charities, in their mission.  every year we donate a giant stuffed animal to St Andrews Hospice (a local hospice that not only caters for adults but has a specialist Childrens branch) in an effort to raise vital funds for an amazing cause.  The cuddly toy is obtained through an auction at another charity event dedicated to people injured within the construction industry.  This year we bid on this adorable Harley the Husky (who joined us for a day at the office) - and we are sure he will m...
 

Christmas Spirit

Posted by Isobel Salsbury on 13th December 2019 in Blogging | st andrews hospice,Andys Christmas Jumper Day,Charity,every little helps

Brianplant are taking part in St Andrews Hospice (Andys) Christmas Jumper Day this year. We have collection pots at both of our main depots and are doing our bit to spread the Christmas Cheer!...
 

Sting in the Tail 2019

Posted by Isobel Salsbury on 30th September 2019 in Blogging | Sting in the Tail,Running Club,Supporting Local,Caistor

  Well…. what can we say! The Brianplant team were proud to take part in what is well renowned locally as being one of the most, if not THE MOST fun races in the running calendar-The Caistor Sting in the Tail 10k 2019.   Those that know Caistor will know that is is FAR from flat. And after a relatively flat first 8 kilometres, the STING comes in the form a final gruelling 2 kilometres of relentless hills which are more suited to a mountain goat than a human!  But it is the phenomenal support at the heart of this race which is what inspired and encouraged every runner up all up those hills and what makes this race so unique and special.  The Caistor c...
 
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