Judd Brothers Great North Run for MacMillan
With the Langley Holdings Charity Matching Policy, the total raised is a massive £2,400.
We’re running the Great North Run in memory of our Nana and Granda.
Shortly after our Granda Arty passed away we thought it would be a good idea to do the Great North Run in his memory (a fitting tribute to a man who was more sporty in his 80s than the two of us combined). “I don’t have to do it as well, do I?” was the reply of our Nana after we told her.
Sadly, our Nana got sick within a few weeks and she passed away just over a month later. The MacMillan nurses were incredible in the period before and after our Nana and Granda passed away. Selfless, compassionate and infinitely caring. Both our Nana and Granda couldn’t speak more highly of them.
So, we’re running to raise money for the MacMillan nurses, knowing that the work they do is absolutely invaluable. They help everyone with cancer live life as fully as they can, providing physical, financial and emotional support. Any donations would be hugely appreciated.
Both of us can barely run a bath let alone any distance further than the pub so it should make for interesting viewing.
In memory of:
Maureen Elliott 1938-2018
Arthur Whitfield 1930-2018
Langley Holdings match funding equally matches any charitable donations made by employees and their immediate families.
About Match Funding
The group's match funding policy was introduced in 2015 whereby Langley companies equally match any charitable donation made by employees. During 2015 the group's companies matched around €63k of employee donations to a variety of causes. The employee's chosen charity must be legally registered with full charitable status in the employee's country; employees wishing to apply for a company matching donation should do so through the Managing Director of their respective company. Terms & Conditions apply.
About Langley Holdings
Langley Holdings plc is a diverse, privately owned engineering and industrial group based in the UK. The group comprises 5 operating divisions, based principally in Germany, France and the United Kingdom, with a substantial presence in the United States and more than 80 subsidiaries worldwide. The operating divisions produce equipment ranging from electrical systems for data centres and machinery for cement and steel plants, to food packaging lines, automotive welding equipment and printing presses. The group, which was founded in 1975 by the current Chairman and sole shareholder, Tony Langley employs around 4,300 people worldwide.