Gepp & Sons get "pinned" down to help "strike" up support for local charity event On Tuesday 16th March 2010, our friends at Handelsbanken hosted their second annual charity bowl in aid of two local charities: Farleigh Hospice and Little Havens Children's Hospice. Teams from a variety of local businesses descended upon the Tenpin Bowling Alley on the Widford Industrial Estate in Chelmsford with Gepp & Sons being represented by two teams consisting of Edward Worthy, Justin Emerson, Toni Young, Claire Buttress, Barrie Mason and Neil McNab. There was a tremendous turnout for the occasion with approximately £2,000 being raised for each charity. Edward Worthy, Partner at Gepp & Sons, said of the total amount raised, "It is a credit to Chelmsford and the surrounding areas to see how local businesses pull together to raise such a significant amount for such worthwhile causes. We at Gepp & Sons are proud of our tradition of helping local charities and it is encouraging to see support from others growing year after year". A very enjoyable evening was had by all (regardless of some less than attractive bowling techniques and woeful scoring!) and we would like to say a huge thank you to Handelsbanken for hosting another flawless event for which we are certain they worked tirelessly to achieve.
Gepp & Sons get ''pinned'' down to help ''strike'' up support for local charity bowling event