2017 Customer Satisfaction Survey Donations! Thank You!

By: Laura Hennahane   •   December 12, 2017

A huge thank you to everyone who took the time to complete Wetherby’s Customer Satisfaction Survey 2017.

Customer feedback is invaluable to us as we continually strive to provide the highest quality service to all of our customers. We are committed to continually improving the performance of our organisation and with your support and contributions this can be made possible.

As a thank you for this continued support we have donated £10 to the following charities for every survey completed. On that note, we are delighted to say we have raised nearly £600 for Parkinson’s UK, Marie Curie and Downs
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Wetherby supports ‘Safe 4 Kids’ campaign

By: Laura Hennahane   •   November 28, 2017

It is our pleasure to be supporting our local community in the ‘Safe4Kids’ campaign by sponsoring Golborne Community Primary School.


Safe 4 Kids is an organisation committed to helping keep our children safer in today’s modern world.

By sponsoring Golborne Community Primary School it has enabled them to receive resources designed to educate children in matters of safety. These unique resources highlight the safety issues of the internet, bullying, drugs, chat rooms, mobile phones, emails and health & fitness.

This entertaining safety literature is aimed at getting children’s attention and educating them in a fun and enjoyable way on
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Pavestone Rally 2017 set to achieve record breaking donations!

By: Laura Hennahane   •   October 16, 2017

Wetherby is delighted to have supported Milford Building Supplies for this year’s 2017 Pavestone Rally Challenge. Every pound raised throughout this event has been equally divided between two well deserving charities, Teenage Cancer Trust and The Rainy Day Trust.

The rules were simple, entrants were tasked to buy a road-legal car for under £500 (the cheaper the car, the more fun!), dress it up and hit Europe’s greatest roads and cities for 4 days to Monte Carlo. Throughout the Rally, the teams had a series of challenges to complete and all four days were spent in fancy dress.

Milford Building
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We would like to know what you think!

By: Rachael Doyle   •   July 6, 2017

Wetherby Customer Satisfaction Survey 2017 

We want to know what you think. Give us your feedback by completing 10 quick questions and we will donate £10 to one of the following charities on your behalf:

• Parkinson’s UK • Marie Curie Cancer Care • Downs Syndrome Association

Wetherby support NHS Give Blood Campaign

By: Rachael Doyle   •   August 23, 2016

You may have noticed there are some missing letters from our logo, along with multiple famous landmarks and companies all over the world dropping the letters A, B and O.

These are, of course, the letters that represent blood groups. This is all in support of the NHS Blood and Transplant #Missing Type campaign to highlight the global importance of blood donation.

The campaign aims to:

reverse a trend in the decline of new blood donors over the last decade contribute to the 204,000 people we need to attend a donation session for the first time to give blood in
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Wetherby Compete in Charity Go Karting Event

By: Rachael Doyle   •   May 11, 2016

Charity go karting

Wetherby Building Systems are proud to have recently taken part in an exhilarating charity Go Kart event at Buckmore Park in Kent.

The fantastic event was organised by Lawtech Group Ltd and was set up to raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital and Lawtech Community Regeneration Projects.

The event proved to be a great success with 17 (competitive) teams fighting it out in a 2 hour endurance race.  A silent auction was also set up for the teams to bid for their grid positions’, meaning the competition was on!

The event raised an impressive £8,852.39 in total
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Last minute training for Wetherby Wanderers!

By: Rachael Doyle   •   January 18, 2016

This weekend, the Wetherby Wanderers team hit the snow covered hills of the Peak District, in a last ditched attempt to get some valuable training in, before their exciting expedition next month.

In just over two weeks time, Paul Kirby, Vicki YatesJohn Armstrong will be flying out to Tanzania, in an attempt to scale the dizzying heights of Mount Kilimanjaro.  At a staggering 5896 meters, Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa; and in fact the highest freestanding mountain in the world!

In addition to the gruelling walk itself, the team will have the fluctuations in weather to contend with (from
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Wetherby spread some Christmas cheer!

By: Rachael Doyle   •   December 20, 2012

To All of Our Customers / Suppliers / Stakeholders

As in previous years, instead of handing out the usual cards and festive gifts, we have decided to make a contribution to this year’s nominated charity ‘Bolton Smiley Faces’.

Bolton Smiley Faces are a local, parent-led support group, offering invaluable support and advice to the parents, families and carers of children with Down Syndrome. The group offers a safe and challenging environment for the children to meet, play and learn as well as playing host at a range of seminars at regional
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Wetherby 5-a-side team reach the final!

By: Rachael Doyle   •   July 17, 2012

Wetherby 5-A-Side Team 13-07-12

After the success of last year’s 5-a-side football tournament, the Balfour Beatty site team at Brownhills Academy organised another charity football tournament which took place on Friday 13th July, 2pm-6pm, at Redgate Clayton Football Club.

Employees from Wetherby’s sales and technical department jumped at the chance to be involved, being that the proceeds from the tournament were being donated to the Donna Louise Children’s Hospice, which provides a range of specialist care and support services for children with a shortened life expectancy and their families, from their purpose-built house in Trentham, Stoke-on-Trent.

Despite the weather being absolutely abysmal, with torrential rain being an
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Wetherby Wanderers in Three Peaks Challenge

By: Rachael Doyle   •   June 7, 2012

Wetherby Three Peaks Challenge

Staff from Wetherby Building Systems and their key suppliers will be taking on the Three Peaks Challenge 2012 this weekend, tackling the three highest mountain peaks in Scotland, England and Wales.

Covering themselves in Gortex (and whatever other waterproof fabric they can get hold of, by the looks of things), John, Paul, Anthony, Terry and Vicki will be attempting to conquer the summits of Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon (a total over 3400 meters) with a road trip of over 500 miles in between, in less than 24 hours from start to finish.

The team will
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