Cansdales sponsored 4 golfers to complete 100 holes of golf in a day to raise funds for William’s Fund amongst others.
Croquet Afternoon – 22 June 2018
A great afternoon, in fabulous weather, was had by all staff and partners when we attended our social event at High Wycombe Croquet Club.
War Child Charity Golf Day 2018
A few photos from the Charity Golf Day, in aid of War Child, sponsored by Cansdales.
Tough Mudder Fundraising Event
Members of the Business Department undertook a sponsored Tough Mudder in May 2016 to raise funds for Williams Fund, a local charity supported by Cansdales. Well done to them as they made their way round a 12 mile course involving large obstacles, lots of mud and water and finshing off with electric shocks! Happily they all survived!
Charity Golf Day
Charity Golf Day, held on 17th April 2015, in aid of War Child and sponsored by Cansdales raises £4,500.
Caroline Evans, who organised the charity golf day was recently featured in the press for her other fundrasing activities in aid of War Child.
Caroline will be undertaking three marathons in 2015 for War Child starting with the London Marathon in April, the Stockholm Marathon in June and finally the New York Marathon in November.
The success of the 2015 Charity Golf Day has spurred Caroline on already to run in the 2016 London Marathon and has booked Chartridge Golf Club for a follow on event. If you are interested in supporting War Child and Caroline please contact Nick Evans to find out more details.
On the 2nd June 2014 the office closed and the team spent the day at Chiltern Open Air Museum. We split into 2 groups to help COAM with it’s educational commitment. One group built a stone age settlement complete with shelters and a working fire pit whilst the other group had a very energetic day ‘renovating’ the iron age house and grounds. COAM were delighted, commenting:
“A huge thank you from us to you all for working so hard during the day to help the Museum. The Mesolithic area looks amazing and has enabled us to definitely promise our Stone Age workshop to schools in September thanks to you…… the team worked exceptionally hard and the difference they have made to the Iron Age House is amazing. This is one of our most popular exhibits and most well used, particularly by schools for the new Iron Age workshops and it is extremely hard to keep it looking pristine for all our visitors so we are very grateful to everyone. I know you were all exhausted after your day here and I hope that everyone has recovered.
Thank you again for a wonderful day’s work and for all your achievements.”
On the 3rd June 2013 the office was closed and the team spent the day at Restore Hope Latimer decorating the Dairy and assisting with some grounds maintenance work. We were delighted to be able to contribute to the work of the charity.
Restore Hope Latimer sent us the following response to our day with them:
“WOW!! I don’t think this email will express well enough our deep gratitude to you all for the fantastic help that you gave us on Monday. Your team was EXCELLENT – so skilled, so diligent, so committed, so willing. It was amazing.
We are especially delighted by the high quality of work that you completed and the warm and relaxed way that you went about it.
I really hope that you all felt a sense of satisfaction at the end of the day and I trust everyone knows how grateful we are – please pass these sentiments on.
As our work brings us face to face with people who are really struggling and who are in very testing situations, to have clean, bright and welcoming places to meet with them is such a blessing. So your work will be noticed for many months to come and the impact that it will have is immeasurable. I can promise that children will play happily in that room and people will enjoy the peace of the gardens and the field – and much of that will be thanks to your input – so thank you again.
With sincere gratitude and thanks again.”
On the 14th September 2012 the office was closed and the team spent the day at one of Padstones properties in High Wycombe which was in need of refurbishment. The team approached this challenging task with gusto and Padstones were delighted with the end result!
On the 21st September 2011 the office was closed and the team spent the day at Little Kingshill Nursery School undertaking internal and external decorative work, significant grounds maintenance of the external areas, including the playground, and constructing raised gardens for the children to use to grow flowers and vegetables.
Little Kingshill were “over the moon” and commented that our “timing and hard work could not have come at a better time as there was an OFSTED Inspection the next day”
Little Chalfont Village Day
Once again Cansdales and Cansdales Ltd joined in the Little Chalfont Village Day to support the local community and local businesses. This year we provided a quiz on the Olympics to entertain attendees. For the curious among you who would like to know the questions AND answers please click here.
On the 27th June, the winner of the quiz was presented with his prize of a £50 gift voucher to Rucola’s Restaurant, Little Chalfont by Nick Evans, Partner at Cansdales. Our congratulations on winning a tricky quiz!
Amersham Rotary Club
Nick Evans was welcomed as a member of the Amersham Rotary Club in February 2014 as part of Cansdales commitment to supporting both the local community and charities.
Cansdales 75th Anniversary
In 2010 Cansdales celebrated our 75th Anniversary with our clients, staff and alumni.