On March 24, 2017, we challenged ourselves to ride more than 100 miles on static bikes outside our Worthing branch office.
On the day we cycled 200 miles and raised around £900 for Red Nose Day.
On December 7, 2013, we held our attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most elves in one place, all in aid of the two Worthing charities St Barnabas and Chestnut Tree House.
We broke the record with an estimated number of 1276 and raised an estimated £1500+ for our charities!
In December 2015 we refurbished Kamelia Kids, a local nursery for children of all abilities and specialising in the care of children with long term and life limiting illness needed help.
The nursery was in desperate need of a refurb but they'd had their funding pulled so couldn't afford to do it. We stepped in and rallied the community together to help us make the nursery look great. We even threw a Christmas party for the kids.
For Christmas 2014 we decided to deliver Christmas to a deserving local family.
We were inundated with nominations and we had some truly heartfelt stories of deserving local Worthing families which made it even harder to sit down and decide on the winner.
We surprised Jamie Decourcy and his 3 young boys when we delivered them all their presents, decorations and food for Christmas.
We sponsor a team at Sir Robert Woodard Academy in Lancing.