Live it, don’t laminate it!!

Some of the team recently attended their yearly stint at the Suffolk Sunrise for Action Research.

Every year we have a fantastic time helping the charity put together their 100m ride in Suffolk. This year we had the pleasure of help from Hayley (our accounts team) and her two girls. Massive amounts of energy which we did well to focus on the task required.

I am looking forward to 2020. Please let us know if you’d like to help us next year.

p.s. Added thanks to Gary Renouf, Jennifer Rayner, Lousie Ward and Liam Jones without you the day wouldn’t be anywhere near as much fun as it was.

Gary Rayner
Director

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