Adler and Allan teams set for charity challenge!

Team A+Ardvark

This year’s Race the Sun Brecon Beacons event will see two Adler and Allan teams take part in a fantastic challenge on Saturday 27th June, which involves a punishing 45 mile cycle, a gruelling 2,907ft climb up Pen y Fan, culminating in a 3km canoe on Pontsticill Reservoir, Powys, South Wales.

Starting at sunrise and finishing by sunset, our very own Team Aardvark will be thrashing it out in aid of Action Medical Research, a charity dedicated to improving the health of babies and children. All funds raised will make a huge difference to the work of this charity, offering hope to the many thousands of families across the UK who are dealing with the trauma of a baby born too early, striving to support a child affected by disability, or facing the challenge of caring for a child with a rare and devastating disease for which there is no cure.

Our two powerhouse teams of four are:
Team A+Ardvark I
Tim Roberts (Manager), Peter Lohan (Northern Area Manager), Jo Billington (PA to Managing Director) and Nathan Male (Contaminated Land Manager)

Team A+Ardvark II
Dave Whiskerd (Operations Director), Ida Tabis (Environmental Consultant), Mark Wallis (Group Health & Safety Advisor) and Andy Billington (Group Operations Manager)

So, what are you waiting for?! Click here to pledge your support for Adler and Allan’s finest competitors and donate what you can for this amazing charity! Spread the word too! Please forward on the news to customers, suppliers and any contacts you think would help support the teams in their admirable efforts!

We wish them all well! We’ll update you with the results!

For more information on the event in general, click here.



Testimonials


Swift response and excellent team effort.
Dartmouth Harbour
Thank you for your patience and the work you and your team carried out…it was first class and professional.
EDF Energy
… thank you both for the very speedy response to my request for assistance with our test pit problem. Your assistance was very much appreciated.
Oil States Heartlands