Mick George Ltd Splash Out on Local Community


Tuesday 5 March 2019



An increasing sight in the Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Suffolk regions, the Mick George Group are certainly justifying their presence, with yet another funding donation within each county.

The first of four annual ‘Community Fund’ announcements due in 2019, the construction company has announced funding assistance to eight separate community based initiatives, to a value that surpasses £206,430.

The donations span a wide range of sports and community projects that will prove beneficial to various audiences.

Cambridgeshire:
- Willingham Social Club: Disabled toilet facilities - £12,620
- St. Ives Town F.C: Clubhouse and car park improvements - £5,000
- Great Shelford Rugby Club: Repairing and developing car park - £39,560

Leicestershire / Lincolnshire:
- Harborough Town Community Trust: Members bar refurbishment and security measures - £35,000
- Age UK Leicestershire and Rutland: Roof repairs and more effective heating system - £35,750

Northamptonshire:
- Growing Together Northampton: Billing Brook Lakes sustainability project - £35,000
- Stewarts & Lloyds Rugby Football Club: Clubhouse upgrades - £19,500

Suffolk:
- Bury St. Edmonds Rugby Club: Kitchen refurbishment - £24,000

Since the ‘funds’ initiation, over 100 projects have been supported, with approximately £2.5million.

The current round of applications for the 2019 Mick George Community Fund is now open. Visit www.mickgeorge.co.uk/mick-george-community-fund to submit entries, before 3 April 2019.

Jon Stump, Finance Director at Mick George Ltd, commented: “This announcement is one that the business always welcomes, and particularly this time around given the sheer volume of money being distributed for assistance.

“The financial support that we’re able to provide, reflects the businesses performance in the last six months. We’re pleased to declare that the company is currently in a very healthy position, achieving attractive results and growth, owing largely to the support of local communities that we operate in. This is our way of giving something back, to show our appreciation.”