The LCRIG £50 Challenge received a huge boost this week thanks to generous donations from Colas and Wilde Consulting.
Colas is an award-winning business, delivering sustainable solutions for the UK’s transport infrastructure. The company invest, design, manufacture, construct, maintain and operate a wide variety of projects for the public and private sector clients.
Shazad Admad, Social Value Lead for Colas commented: “Colas wish LCRIG all the best with their £50 Challenge and hope that our donation will help towards ensuring the continued success of Trinity Hospice in its dedicated care and support for its patients.”
Wilde Consulting is an award winning civil, structural, rail and transportation consultancy formed in 1980. One of the largest independently owned consultancies in the UK.
Shaun Tickle, Managing Director of Wilde Consulting, said: “Wilde Consulting Engineers are pleased to make a contribution to a very worthwhile cause and wish LCRIG all the best with their £50 Challenge.”
Shelley Hainsworth, Marketing Manager at LCRIG, added: “We would like to thank Colas and Wilde Consulting for their fantastic contributions to the LCRIG £50 Challenge. We have had a great response from the contractors taking part. They have really stepped up to help us with this challenge and we are very grateful for their support.”
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It costs £18,500 per day to operate Trinity Hospice.
We’re off to a good start but with your help we can reach this target and help make a lasting difference to the patients and families that Trinity supports.
Main image- Representatives from LCRIG, Trinity Hospice and Colas present cheque at Trinity Hospice. (Left to right: Shazad Ahmad, Colas representative, Will Britain, President of LCRIG and Head of Highways and Traffic Management Services at Blackpool Council, Janet Atkins, Corporate Partnership Manager for Trinity Hospice & Brian House Children’s Hospice).
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