The 2015 Great Property Bike Ride took place on the 30th July in the scenic Surrey Hills. 1000 riders, including Axis Security’s Senior Commercial Manager, Gary Stanton, were given a choice of 3 routes: an epic 61 miles, a standard 30 miles or the shorter 14 mile. Each route offered riders stunning views and challenging terrain.
The charity event run by CBRE sees entry fees go to the UK charity partner Shelter, a charity supporting those who lack the most basic requirement of safe and secure housing. This year an amazing £40,000 was raised which will make a difference to some 1,300 families around the UK. Well done to all riders!
Gary Stanton, Axis Security Commercial Manager, took part in the Cycle to Cannes challenge in March 2014. Proudly wearing Axis Security branded spandex, Gary managed to complete every stage of every day of the 1500km ride being one of the 26 out of 100 riders to go the whole distance. In doing so he raised over £1,400 of which will go to a number of deserving charities, including the charity Coram which aims to make positive changes to the lives of the UK’s most vulnerable children.
“It was enormous fun but also the hardest thing I have ever done! Thank you to everyone who sponsored me.”
Axis sponsors Tynedale Beer & Cider Festival
June 17, 2015
Tynedale Beer & Cider Festival is the North East’s biggest beer festival and the best! The annual event takes place at Tynedale Park in Corbridge, the home of Tynedale Rugby Football Club. From 18-20 June 2015, the festival brings the best beers and ciders that the region has to offer, along with great wine, food and live music.
The festival exists to raise money for charity and this year the 4 main charities to benefit are; Action for Children, The Great North Air Ambulance, Sir Bobby Robson Foundation and Help for Heroes.
May 31, 2014
Melanie Wood, Axis Security Commercial Manager, made it through mud, hills, water, fire, more mud and ice to complete the 12k Total Warrior course in June 2014 at Bramham Park, Leeds, raising over £1,200 for Prostate Cancer UK.