We raised over £2,400 for the James Hopkins Trust

Over the last year we have been supporting The James Hopkins Trust, a wonderful local charity which provides practical help for severely disabled, life threatened and life limited young children with nursing needs.

Events have included dress down days, our Director Matt Cass selling his hens’ eggs (!) and our sponsored exercise bike challenge during which the team covered over 750 miles on an exercise bike. We kept the bike turning 9 ’til 5, Monday to Friday and smashed our 500 mile target. We are very grateful to all those customers, suppliers, insurance companies, relatives and friends who sponsored us.

We visited the Trust’s premises Kite’s Corner on 4th March and saw for ourselves again the wonderful work that they do, heard about their plans for the future and how important the support of the local business community it to them

Overall we raised £2,467.43. In the picture are Vance Hopkins of the James Hopkins Trust, Cass-Stephens’ staff Natalie Berry, Lauren Griffin and Alison Matthews, and three of the lovely children who benefit from the wonderful care provided by The James Hopkins Trust.

Please do find out more about the Trust and how you could help them at http://www.jameshopkinstrust.org.uk/ 

There is also more information on their Facebook page