Following on from our success so far this year, we have now raised £100.53 for MacMillan Cancer Support, from the quiz night held on 16th September. Six teams took part with the losers receiving a pint of water each (!!) and the winners will each be treated to a free meal at The Pincushion, Wyberton. A great time was had by all involved. Many thanks to The Pincushion for your hospitality. Our overall total now stands at £2,356.44.
We shall be there from 11th to 14th September. Hope to see you there!
Four members of staff have taken part in The Ice Bucket Challenge raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support (our nominated charity for 2014). We raised £88 from this event which takes our total to date to £1943. Thank you to everyone who took part.
Ref a recent delivery of creo post and rail – I just wanted to say thank you for sending me some superb quality stock.
This delivery is as good as it can get. I am very grateful for you all going the extra mile to provide the quality I had requested.
Thank you very much to Richie and Matt for taking the time to walk around the yard with me to discuss my requirements, I am very grateful.
Please pass on my thanks to all concerned.
Mark Vigrass Ltd
“Just to say the capping arrived safely and has been fitted today. I am very pleased with the quality and the service provided by your company. More than happy to recommend you to anyone requiring timber supplies.”
We are pleased to announce our successful accreditation to the bsi Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) ISO 22301:2012
This accreditation is part of our ongoing commitment to achieve globally recognised management and operational standards across all aspects of the business.
In achieving this award current and future customers will benefit from our quality systems management which ultimately leads to better product and service delivery.
Please contact us for more information on this or our other quality accreditation.
Read Ross’s feedback from his Calders and Grandidge sponsored trip to Malawi.
Counsellor Paul Kenny, the Mayor of Boston, officially opened the Communal Garden at Boston Swimming Pool, Lincolnshire on Thursday 15th August 2013.
Richie Slade and Matt Price, of Calders and Grandidge, were involved in transforming what was derelict land, into this delightful garden.
Both the Mayor and Councillor Ian Farmer took the opportunity to thank everyone who had been involved in this exciting project.
The planters, trellis and picnic tables were supplied and erected by Calders and Grandidge.
Just a quick note to say thanks for the hospitality on Friday.
It was a great event and we enjoyed both the day and evening very much. Apologies that we could not see you before we left but unfortunately train times were against us.
Supply Chain Manager
Balfour Beatty Rail Ltd.
Sir Frank Whittle Road