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FBR sponsors Seagulls Swimming Club

FBR Recruitment are delighted to announce that we have agreed a 3-year sponsorship deal with Seagulls Swimming Club. Seagulls offer youth swimming, masters swimming, synchronised swimming and water polo at four leisure centres around the south. It has recently had swimmers competing at high profile national competitions, including members qualifying for Britain, England, Wales and Ireland championships and water polo players representing GB.

Seagulls Swimming Club (https://seagullsswimming.club/) was formed in 1978. The club is solely administered by volunteers and a team of dedicated coaches and assistant coaches. They operate at four venues – Two Rivers meet in Christchurch, Ferndown, New Milton and Lymington. They compete regionally across the south and nationally.

About the sponsorship Tom Flood, FBR Construction MD, says “We are delighted to be sponsoring Seagulls. We pride ourselves on supporting the health and wellbeing of the local community and we look forward to being part of the development of our future potential champions.”

David McWilliam, Seagulls Chairman, adds “As a not-for-profit organisation, we are extremely pleased to have formed a long-term partnership with a local sponsor. Our coaches and committee are always working hard to ensure continued success for the club and this sponsorship deal will only help this happen.”

Tom and all the team at FBR are thrilled to be able to support a local club that adds so much to the community!

 

 

Support vehicle to Lee Marsh's Big Bike Charity Hike

Charity motorcycle challenge

FBR have worked closely with J M Scully for the past 10 years providing both commercial and operational staff within their Shopfitting division.

Back in the summer we were approached to sponsor their “charity motorcycle challenge” lead by their operations manager, Lee Marsh. The challenge was to ride approximately 4000 miles around the coastline of the UK on three 30+ year old 125cc motorbikes that had been converted to Café Racers and complete the trip in 14 days. To add to their completed challenge they were camping on the trip which meant they had a tight deadline every day to cover the 285 miles each day; also they had a backup support vehicle carrying spares and all their camping gear. To find out more about their trip see: http://www.bigbikecharityhike.com/

The two charities they were riding for were the Stroke Association and SANDs (Stillborn and Neo-Natal Death charity).
FBR are pleased to announce that they completed the motorcycle challenge within their fortnightly time frame and thus so far have raised over £8500….
Fantastic news and well done to all!

Three 30+ year old 125cc motorbikes converted to Café Racers
Three 30+ year old 125cc motorbikes converted to Café Racers

Outside The Royal Hotel, The Esplanade, Bognor RegisOutside The Royal Hotel, The Esplanade, Bognor Regis


The Route