BAPP Continue to support young future stars
Wakefield Schools F.A. are taking the team from the schools environment into the Selby District Premier League, as the district school age ends.
Usually the coaches finish at this age, but with the a difficult year for the kids during COVID, they have decided to continue and give them something to focus on outside school.
As the team transition they will be playing under the Ryhill club banner for the season.
Again BAPP are very proud to continue supporting new talent and wish the team all the best for the future.
fan Forced to wear Arsenal Shirt!
Huge Spurs fan Adam Reeve, Director of BAPP Scunthorpe/Hull was forced to wear an Arsenal Shirt for the day after loosing a bet with a loyal customer.
Much to Adam's dismay, the bet also included photos of the occasion being posted on BAPP official website!
BAPP Scania shows
off it's Colours
BAPP Group driver Craig Elbourne took one of our trucks to this weekend’s Thirsk Truck show. With the option of taking one of our newer trucks Craig opted to show our 2008 Scania.
Craig spent a few days cleaning and polishing the truck and was helped this weekend with two sidekicks, Thomas and Brooke Elbourne.
Well done to Craig and his team for your time and effort looking after the BAPP fleet of HGV.
NHS Thanks BAPP Mansfield for PPE Donation
BAPP Mansfield Received a thank you for donating gloves to the NHS in aid of the Covid-19 Crisis. A Care Team Leader wrote...
"As a team, we are grateful for the generosity
of people such as yourself and we greatly appreciate your support.
As always, we continue to work hard to ensure staff and patient safety, and this continues to remain at the forefront of everything we do. Your donation will assist us in being able to do so, particularly in this current climate."
Help the Heroes
In 2012 Sabur were approached by a local family “The Thorntons” to ask for help with a fundraising appeal to show support for their chosen charity Help for Heroes...
Cycling 200 Miles
in 31 Days
One of our members of staff (Lee Claydon) will be biking 200 miles throughout May, to raise money for the charity Prostate Cancer UK.
The original challenge set is 100 miles but Lee has decided he can do better and will cycle 200 miles. Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the UK, killing 11,500 men a year. That’s one dad, partner, son, brother, grandad, uncle or mate every 45 minutes. But it doesn't have to be this way.
Lee said, “I'm raising money to help fund lifesaving research for men and their families affected by the disease”.
If you would like to make a donation head to his funding page.
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Another NHS PPE Donation from BAPP Mansfield
Sherwood Forest NHS Trust were delighted to receive a batch of safety eye and glove protection from the BAPP Mansfield branch.
The Trusts Community Involvement Manager spoke of being overwhelmed by the generosity of local community members.
BAPP Working with
Finn The Fish
We have supported one of our customers by supplying bolts to help construct a metal fish. The metal fish named "Finn"is going to be used as a bin for empty plastic containers on the South Bay of Scarborough to help tackle plastic pollution.
The 5m long sculpture will be maintained and emptied by Scarborough Borough Council and will stay on South Bay until the end of November when it will move further inland to the Humber region before returning to the beach next Easter.
BAPP Barnsley Sponsor Flag Bearers
BAPP Barnsley sponsors a local junior football team Dale juniors under 8’s.
The Dale juniors under 8’s are fighting for top spot in the league with just three games remaining. To praise the team for their hard work and dedication they were given the chance to be flag bearers at Barnsley FC home game against Coventry City FC on Saturday.
Parent to one of the players said...
" It was a great day out at Oakwell, and the kids loved every minute of it. It gave them a look at what hard work and determination can do, and an experience they won't forget."