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Walney to Wear charity bike ride
On the 16th 17th and 18th August 2013, five Intelect employees embarked on a 3 day 152 mile coast 2 coast bike ride to raise over £2000 for WaterAid. WaterAid is an international non-governmental organisation focused exclusively on improving access to safe water, improved hygiene and sanitation in some of the world’s poorest communities. WaterAid works in Africa, Asia and the Pacific region and campaigns globally to realise our vision of a world where everyone has access to safe water and sanitation. Richard Dixon, Tom Watts, Matthew Benfield, Andy Humpish and Kevin Moore embarked on a bike ride from Walney to Wear. On route ventured many challenges along with taking on Tan Hill which reaches at its peak 1,732 ft above sea level.
See what the money raised could provide:
- Intelect UK Ltd were chosen by MM Bentley as a key electrical installation supplier for a proposed upgrade of an existing borehole water treatment plant at Murton Berwick Upon Tweed.Read More »
- Intelect Engineering in Grimsby were asked to design and build a combined lifting frame and jig to lift the rear fuselage section off its temporary trolley and fix it in a position so it could be worked on safely.Read More »
- Mike Cook our QHSE Manager heads up a dedicated team of health and safety champions, who work alongside managers and supervisors, to ensure we not only adhere to our legal obligations, but that we continually reach for the safest possible practices for our staff, sub-contractors and clients.Read More »