The Nottingham and Derby Lighthouse Club would like to thank Thomas Bow for helping to raise much needed funds for our charity at their 150th Trading Year celebrations. The event, which took place at Nottingham Rugby’s Lady Bay ground, saw more than 400 employees, past and present, families, friends, clients, suppliers and more attend the celebration.
Thomas Bow, went all out with its festivities hiring bouncy castles, laser clay shooting, giant Scalextric and a high striker to entertain guests of all ages with the event culminating in an impressive fire work display.
Alistair Bow, sixth generation Managing Director at Thomas Bow, said: “The event was a resounding success and we were thrilled that so many former employees who worked for the company were able to attend and have a good time. Construction is at the heart of our business so it was only apt to have a construction theme running throughout the event. We had many of our large plant vehicles on site but also incorporated games such as mini digger hook-a-duck – which was extremely popular.”
Our chosen charity, The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity, works within our trade and we are very proud to support them as they carry out important work across the industry. To help raise money we had a raffle and auction with some incredible prizes from our generous clients and suppliers and are very proud to say that we raised £2400 for the Lighthouse Club”.
Thank you to everyone involved who made the celebrations such a success and raised so much money.