The LCRIG £50 Challenge has received a fantastic boost this week thanks to generous donations from JMS Lincoln Ltd and Henry Williams & Son (Roads) Ltd.
Steve Freeman of JMS Lincoln commented: “Pleased to be able to make a contribution to a very worthwhile cause through LCRIG.”
Stephen Williams, Chairman of Henry Williams & Son commented: “Henry Williams & Son wish LCRIG all the best with their £50 Challenge and hope that our donation will help in some small way towards ensuring the continued success of Trinity Hospice in its dedicated care and support for its patients into the future.”
All Project Amber Framework contractors have been challenged to come up with fun ideas to raise money for LCRIG’s chosen charity.
A big thank you to all of the Project Amber framework contractors who have agreed to take part in the challenge.
It’s not too late to get involved!
If you would like to find out more, please contact us today! [email protected] / 07525 157880.
Innovation | Collaboration | Environment | Our Work | 18 October 2021
After a career in highways spanning more than 40 years, Kieran Collins, Highways Commissioner at Cheshire West and Chester Council, is retiring next month (November). Here, he looks back fondly on his time in the sector and provides an update on his plans for the future.
Hampshire County Council is urging people to respect its frontline highways workforce in an effort to reduce the number of incidents of verbal abuse, threats of physical violence and aggressive behaviour by members of the public.