Countryside Learning Challenge.
Week commencing 14th September saw different geographical regions of Savills covering 5,000 miles, via non-motorised means, during the course of the week, Along the way, they visited clients and contacts and persuading some of them to participate in relevant activities.
The event was completed on Friday 18th September culminating with a team from each of the regions cycling into London to meet at the Company headquarters in Margaret Street.
They have magnificently raised over £70k to date, with money still coming in.
Chief Executive, Gary Richardson said
“Words cannot do justice to the amazing results this epic fundraising event has achieved for us. This has been one of the most successful fundraising events in the charity’s history. We cannot thank enough, the Savills staff team and supporters, for everything that they have done for us and for what their efforts will help us achieve.”
Savills Countryside Learning Bake Off
Ahead of the national Countryside Learning Challenge, the Salisbury Team held a bake off in early September which included tractors, bumblebees and pigs among the countryside-themed bakes.
Zoe Johnson came first with her farm-themed chocolate cake with Poppy Langdon-Down coming a close second with her lime and coconut tractor cake.
Savills York to do 55 mile bike ride
To sponsor the Savills teams please visit the relevant pages
Mind over Mudder
Earlier this year we are delighted to inform you that the Savills “Mind over Mudder” team took part in the Ice Breaker Challenge on 15th February at Eastnore Castle, Herefordshire and raised almost £2,000.
The Ice Breaker Challenge, a severe winter duathlon, included a 10 km mud run over the Landrover off road testing tracks, followed by a 20 km mountain bike course and then to finish them off, a 3 km run around the lake.
A very big thank you to all involved.
Savills is delighted to be supporting Countryside Learning. Savills has a deep rooted history as a rural business being founded over 150 years ago and is committed to supporting the lives and objectives of our rural clients.
In 2013, the Savills Rural business often gamely supported by other office colleagues undertook a six-week fundraising exercise in aid of Countryside Learning, for which staff travelled in a relay format from Lands End to John O’Groats via a variety of non-motorised means and raised a fantastic £33,000.
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