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Our 'Charity of the Year' 2015/2016

Gregg Latchams appointed Children’s Hospice South West as their second corporate charity in September 2015.

In the last 12 months, the team have taken part in a whole host of activities including the famous Children’s Hospice South West Rainbow Run and £50.00 challenge. In addition, we hosted a fantastic charity auction and pub quiz, quarterly bake-offs, monthly dress down days and enjoyed our very popular tuck shop.

The original target of £5000 was greatly exceeded, and Gregg Latchams went on to raise a magnificent £9568.82.

Director Julian Pyrke (Head of the Charity Committee) said: “Raising money for Children’s Hospice South West has been a very engaging journey within the company and with the support of our contacts, clients and networks. We are exceptionally proud of what the firm has achieved over the past two years for our chosen charities of the year.” 

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