Through the breadth of our work we have got to know members of our local community, beyond the provision of our products and services. We hope to create a positive legacy that in the long term touches the lives of young people and those helping them. Here are some examples of the great groups of people and organisations we have had the privilege of supporting. We want to extend our gratitude for all they do.

Twisted Cheer and Dance

We are proud to sponsor Twisted Dance and Cheer Retribution on their journey to The Summit in Orlando in April 2022. Twisted Cheer and Dance is a competitive Cheerleading and Dance team with 210 athletes aged between 4 and 30 years old.

Allstar Cheerleading is one of the UK’s fastest growing sports, and has just been granted full Olympic Status, which is a huge milestone for our sport. Each routine involves tumbling, stunting, jumps and dance, all packed into a two-and-a-half minute routine, which culminates into a very fast paced and exciting sport.

Frontline Primary Care sector

We are delighted to respond to the call to help the frontline Primary Care sector by producing protective visors with the use of our in house 3D printer. We realise this is an important service we can provide to GP Surgeries, Care Homes, Cleaning Companies, individual carers and all those who can’t be included in the Government’s provision to our Primary Care sector.

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Tabard Mini Barbarians

Situated at Cobden Hill, Radlett, Tabard Rugby Football Club, is the local rugby club for both Borehamwood and Elstree, as well as other nearby locations. They have a fantastic mini squad who play on Sundays at 10am. Most recently, the team scored a strong result coming third out of sixteen in the Land Rover Cup. It’s always a fun day watching the boys on the pitch.

Borehamwood Social Club FC

Borehamdwood Social Club is a local family friendly social club. They host live music events, air live football and have a great football team. Last season, they went on to lift the Herts Advertiser Sunday Junior Cup, with a 6-3 win at St Albans City ground, Clarence Park.

Great Ormond Street Hospital

We are delighted to support the great work of Great Ormond Street Hospital. They saved the life of our Marketing Manager’s daughter at only three weeks old, and rely solely on charitable donations to give seriously ill children the chance of a better future. With 618 sick children and young people arriving daily from across the UK, the funding they receive is critical. We were delighted to take part in their 5K sponsored walk by the Olympic Park raising almost £2,000.