Macmillan – The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer. Macmillan ask people all over the UK to host their own Coffee Mornings and donations on the day are made to Macmillan. Last year alone they raised £25 million and this year they are
Paul Blower, Co-owner and Company Director of GB Solutions, has actively taken part in Cheltenham Challenge multi-terrain running event held each June at Cheltenham Race Course. Having competed in the marathon event in 2015, he went on to take on the ultra-marathon in 2016. Now his company, GB Solutions, a recruitment consultancy with 5 divisions
We love an excuse to fundraise at GB Solutions and love a reason to eat cake even more. So when we saw a reason to do both for Comic Relief we jumped to it! Led once again by our super organised, Financial Service’ Recruitment Consultant, Danni Young, the event was perfectly organised with each team
Following on from recent fundraising successes, GB Solutions took part in The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning and pledged to raise money for Macmillan in 2016. Led by Financial Service’ Recruitment Consultant, Danni Young, the event was perfectly organised with each team member knowing what everyone else was baking in order to avoid duplication. On the
GB Solutions Company Director, Paul Blower, an amateur athlete who took part in last year’s Cheltenham Challenge marathon decided to push himself further this year by taking on the incredible 39.3mile Ultra Marathon. The Ultra Marathon was a multi-terrain course using public footpaths and sections of the Cheltenham Circular Footpath and Cotswold Way. Despite the torrential downpour only
We had a great time, fundraising for Sue Ryder March 18th 2016 was a fun filled day in Cheltenham. The town was brimming with people excited for The Festival’s special race – The Gold Cup. The Festival attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year all ready to spend their winnings in our Spa town.
Our very own Paul Blower did the awe-inspiring job of completing the Cheltenham Challenge Marathon on Sunday 21st June in a time of 4 hours 5 minutes. His aim was to raise much needed funds for the Sue Ryder charity, managing to reach 80% of his target by the day. However, his outstanding effort bumped
With less than a week to go until the Cheltenham Challenge, Paul’s legs are almost ready to bear the pain of 26.2 miles thumping the ground around the Cheltenham countryside. Sunday 21st June is D-day. The longest day of the year. And it will certainly feel like it for Paul. Starting and ending at the Cheltenham