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Wealdstone Youth Football Tournament

Our sponsored team Weadlstone Youth U7D played in the Wealdstone Youth Tournament on Saturday 12th of May.  They performed admirably.  After losing their first game 5 – 0,  they won the next two games 2 – 0 and 4 – 0 respectively.  In the next game they went two goals down, but ended up winning […]

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Success at the Duck Pond market Easter egg hunt

We had a great time at the Easter egg hunt and thankfully the rain held off.  Thank you to everyone who came along and donated to the limbless association, it was very much appreciated!  We hope you and your children managed to gather lots of Easter eggs and we look forward to seeing you next […]

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Duck Pond Market – Easter egg hunt

We are sponsoring the Easter egg hunt this year at the Duck Pond Market, Bury Street on the 1st of April and are hoping that everyone can make it down.  We will be there come rain or shine.  Look out for us in our Gibson Honey T shirts and handing out balloons.  We look forward […]

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Warrender Netball Stars

The Warrender School girls netball team took part in a tournament hosted by Newnham school.  They fought hard against some tough competition and played some fabulous netball.  Well done to all who took part.  Here they are modelling their lovely new kits, sponsored by us of course.

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Preparation for the London Marathon

One of our employees, Geoffrey Davis, is in training for the London Marathon.  A few of us braved the snow on Sunday to join him for his 20 mile run (although some of us joined at different stages!).  The finish line was at the wonderful Hop & Vine in Ruislip, who kindly provided us with […]

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Hillingdon Schools Cross Country

We were delighted to sponsor the boys and girls of Warrender School, who braved the cold and the snow on Monday to take part in the annual cross country competition. A fantastic performance by all, with two of the team finishing in the top ten. Well done everyone!!

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