A Save The Date invitation has been prepared, as Ryebridge gets set to mark a decade in business with a high-profile fundraising sports event and golf day.
September 2019 marks 10 years since Managing Director Daniel Coyle launched Ryebridge Construction, a company which now has a workforce of over 70, boasts an array of clients from across the UK and has established itself as experts in working within ‘live’ airport environments.
For its 10th birthday Ryebridge will be joining forces with Age Concern Luton and are pledging to raise at least £40,000 over the coming year, with the company’s fundraising set to culminate with a black tie, sports themed dinner and a golf day next September.
Daniel said: “We have established ourr roots in Luton and recognise the proud history, cultural diversity and the huge potential that exists within this town. Where possible we tap into this via local recruitment and by using local resources. We are always looking for ways to reinvest in the town, by forming associations with local charities, businesses and educational establishments along with developing and training our local employees in order to fulfil their career potential.
“The team will come together for a range of fundraising events over the next 12 months, with every penny set to go to Age Concern Luton to benefit some of the most vulnerable members of our community.”
Swimmer and former Olympian Greg Whyte OBE, Patron of Age Concern Luton, said: “This is an exceptional charity and we are delighted that Ryebridge is so keen to raise funds and awareness and we look forward to seeing you all at these events. Lots of famous sporting faces will be there to join us at every step of the way.
On Friday, September 13th, 2019 Ryebridge Construction will celebrate its 10th birthday with two events: a day time Charity Golf Day at Luton Hoo and an evening black tie sporting celebrity dinner in the Walled Garden of the Luton Hoo Estate. More details to come.
All this will be in aid of Age Concern Luton.