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Paul appearing in the news.

Posted by WebBoss on 14th May 2019 in blogging | new site,first blog post,welcome

 One of our excavator operators Paul appearing in the news. Paul went clay target shooting as part of the England team at the Home Internationals held at the Scottish national shooting centre in Falkirk. The team and Paul did exceptionally well resulting in them placing second....
 

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...
 

Charity Soap Box Derby 2019

Posted by Isobel Salsbury on 26th June 2019 in blogging | Soap Box,Brianplant,Charity,Hey Smile Foundation,Humber Bridge

This year, for the first time, Brianplant entered a Soap Box into the Humber Bridge Soap Box Derby. It was a fantastic event and saw 30 teams entering soap boxes of varying shapes and sizes. Our Soap Box, who was affectionately named "Diggy" the Digger, was a huge success coming a respectable 6th out of 30 over the course of 6 runs. The event which was in support of the Hey Smile Foundation http://heysmilefoundation.org/ raised so much awareness for the charity and a great day was had by the Brianplant Team. Go Team Brianplant! ...
 
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