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Clegg's Cambridge office supports regional fundraiser

A total of £1,200 was raised at a charity quiz night sponsored by Clegg Construction’s Cambridge office.

The money will go to the LandAid charity, a property industry charity working to end homelessness in the UK.

Fourteen teams attended on the night including Mole Architects, Feilden and Mawson, Ingleton Wood, Hive Consultants, Voland Roofing, Oxbury, 8build, Allied Services, Conisbee, Salusai, MCW architects, Croudace, Sharman-Grimwade, Peter Dann and Oxbury were the winners.

The event was hosted by Varsity Consulting on behalf of the Royal Institute for Chartered Surveyors (RICS) for the East of England.

LandAid is RICS’ chosen charity and aims to bring together businesses and individuals from across the industry to support charities delivering life-changing projects for young people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness.

Kelly Fowler, Account Manager, said that Clegg Construction’s Cambridge office was delighted to sponsor the event.

She said:

“It’s important that as well as trying to raise our business profile in the East of England we give something back to the local community. Sponsoring the RICS Quiz and working alongside Varsity Consulting was a great opportunity to fulfil both of these objectives.”

Tom Francis, a Director at Varsity Consulting and member of the RICS East of England Regional Board, said:

“It was a hugely enjoyable evening, well attended by a great mix of designers, consultants, contractors and sub-contractors. We couldn’t have done it without Clegg Construction’s generous support and we are looking forward to making it an annual event in the Cambridge calendar.”

Clegg Construction opened its new Cambridge office earlier this year. It is being led by Rachel Johns MCIOB, who will be leading on the delivery of the Scape Regional Construction framework.

The framework has been developed to create a model that offers the public sector an element of choice of contractor and ensure that they work with a team that has extensive knowledge of the Midlands and East of England.

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