We live and work in the local community and we actively seek to make it better, we support local business and charity’s please see below a list of organisations we are personally involved in.

S.A.R.A.I.D We specialise in one of the most hazardous disciplines within the search and rescue. We provides emergency disaster response in the UK and worldwide in the immediate aftermath of natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunami, landslides, extreme weather events and area’s of struct5ural collapse. The Team of dedicated highly trained voluinteers are on standby 24/7 365 Steve is currently 6 months into a 2year training programme

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Karuna Action & Karuna Coffee who seek to meet the needs of the poor and eradicate poverty through sustainable relational projects. They work with hundreds of projects in 19 countries worldwide One of the ways they do this is through Karuna coffee who roast and grind their coffee locally, they take all steps necessary to ensure that the green coffee beans are sourced ethically and that the farmer receives a fair price for the crop. Each bag they send out is individually roasted by them, for you! This allows them to ensure the quality of every bag of coffee and to maintain the freshness they would expect from a craft coffee. Coffee is something that they are passionate about and they recognize that it has the potential to break the cycle of poverty in the lives of those they work with. 100% of the profits from every bag sold goes back into the projects that Karuna Action supports. Steve had the pleasure on consulting on a new school build in Uganda, which is now thriving through Karuna’s Support

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Harvey Dixon was a full time member of staff up until recently where we all agreed that his running needed to be his primary focus, but we enjoyed helping him on his journey and wish him all the best in his running career, we are proud to support a local sportsman

Harvey is a middle-distance runner who competes primarily in the 1500 metres. He runs for Aldershot/Farnham & District. He represented his country at the 2017 World Championships failing to qualify for the next round despite setting a new national record. In April 2018, he became the first athlete from Gibraltar to reach a final at the Commonwealth Games, when he qualified for the men's 1500 metres at the Gold Coast games. He finished in eleventh place, setting a new national record in the process.

Local Schools We have supported local school summer fairs, we believe in the next generation and education & fun is important.

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