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The Friends of Leigh Library Gardens – a community cause close to our hearts

The Friends of Leigh Library Gardens (FOLLG) is a not for profit organisation (formerly constituted small charity), with governance through three trustees and over twenty ‘member’ volunteers. One of those three trustees is an NED for Redmond Group Ltd, who admits that this is a personal passion of his in relation to adding vitally important social value in the area, and creating community improvements.

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Redmond Group supports Prostate Cancer UK

On Wednesday 25th September Redmond Group supported Prostate Cancer UK by collaborating with the Wenta Business Centre in a “Wear Your (sports) Shirt to Work Day”. A raffle with prizes was run by the Wenta Business Centre; a great time was had by all, and we were happy to support this worthy cause.

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Redmond Group supports Quality Plumber Week

Redmond Group are supporting APHC’s Quality Plumber Week by helping to raise awareness of what poor mental health is and what support is available for all their staff. This will be lead by our Mental Health champion and director, Mick McCarthy.

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Redmond Group supports Prostate Cancer UK

On Wednesday 25th September Redmond Group will be supporting Prostate Cancer UK by collaborating with the Wenta Business Centre in a “Wear Your (sports) Shirt to Work Day”.

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Redmond Group donation to Chickenshed inclusive theatre

One of our employees volunteers with Chickenshed inclusive theatre in North London as a Front of House Volunteer, and told us the wonderful story and ethos of the Chickenshed Theatre.  Also about the amazing work the organisation’s employees and volunteers do to promote Chickenshed’s vision of inclusion and interaction across an incredibly diverse group of people.

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Sierra Leone – five years ago today

Five years after our MD Stephen Redmond assisted a village in the Eastern Provinces of Sierra Leone, we are following up with additional support through our monthly £200 donation from our ‘scrap metal recycling scheme’.

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Charity Fundraiser this Sunday

Our Plant and Labour Manager, Tayler Kiernan is running a charity fund raiser for Tierney Kinsell’s life saving Cancer Treatment at the Lord Haig in Hertford this Sunday, 24th March.

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Family prize winner’s visit to Community Zoo

The winners of the fund raising raffle on behalf of The Myton Hospices enjoyed their family fun visit to our Community Zoo. They visited our pigs, alpacas, goats and wallabies.
 
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Fund raising raffle winner to visit our Community Zoo

Redmond Group Ltd is delighted to announce that the winner of the fund raising raffle on behalf of The Myton Hospices will be visiting our Community Zoo on Saturday 26th January.  A fun day is planned, visiting  our community of wallabies, alpaca, and other animals at the zoo. 

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Redmond Group supports donation to Briggs & Forrester’s Xmas Charity

Our HSQE and Sustainability Director, Mick McCarthy, has donated 2 bags worth of food towards Briggs & Forrester’s chosen Christmas Charity – Hackney Food Bank.

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Help Save the Children! Christmas Jumper Day

Redmond Group have registered for Christmas Jumper Day to help Save the Children. You can help too by texting TEAMREDMOND to 70050 to donate £2 to Save the Children directly.

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A whopping £1,967 raised from latest scrap metal recycling sale

Proceeds from our latest scrap metal recycling sale total a whopping £1,967.00!  As Redmond Group continues to grow, so do our contributions to charity.

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£200 presented to the St Joseph’s GAA Football Club

Mick McCarthy, our HSQE & Sustainability Director, presents the cheque for £200 to our local football club, the St Joseph’s GAA Football Club.

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Over £1,000 raised for charity through scrap metal recycle scheme

We have raised a total of £1,090.60 over the last few months from recycling scrap metal and this will be split between 5 charities.

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Fund raising event for Billy Clayton makes local news

Tayler Kiernan, our Plant & Labour Manager, has been busy preparing a fundraising day at The Bull in Broxbourne on the 22nd September for 21-year-old Billy Clayton.

Her efforts haven’t gone unnoticed and she has made the local Hertfordshire Mercury.

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Redmond Group starts BSS Car-aoke Challenge

Today marks the start of the BSS Car-aoke Challenge, where director Stephen Redmond, along with Scott Argent from BSS Group, Dom West of Aliaxis and 25 other cars/teams, all in aid of raising money for Mind: The mental health charity.

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Redmond Group sponsors Blue Cleary Charity Funday

Redmond Group sponsored a Charity Football Tournament Charity Funday, with around 200 attendees on the 1st September in aid of Blue Cleary, who’s family organised the event.

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Fund raising event for Billy

Our Plant and Labour Manager, Tayler Kiernan, is raising funds on behalf of Redmond Group for a young lad called Billy who needs urgent life saving treatment in Germany

An event has been arranged for the 22nd September 2018 at The Bull, 74 High Road, Broxbourne, EN10 7DZ from 3pm to raise funds for Billy’s treatment

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BSS Car-aoke challenge

Stephen Redmond has confirmed his participation in the BSS Cara-oke Challenge, a charity driving event from the BSS head office in Leicester to Lake Como in Italy.

BSS Industrial is the UK’s market-leading distributor of pipeline and heating solutions and a trusted partner of Redmond Group.

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Redmond Group sponsors Strictly Come Dancing event for Siobhan Mather’s cancer treatment

Managing Director, Stephen Redmond and HSQE & Sustainability Director, Mick McCarthy, both attended and sponsored the event for 2 year old Siobhan’s US cancer treatment.

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Friendship house donation

Redmond Group have donated £500 to Friendship House in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, a leisure centre for the elderly.

The centre is open five days a week and promotes health and wellbeing through social contact and services, and activities that help elderly people continue to live independently in their homes.