We have once again signed up to participate in Hospitality Action’s ‘Le Tour de Cuisine’ – The Cotswold Cycle Challenge sponsored by Sky and Technogym on Monday 4 June 2018.
We’re pleased to announce that rugby legend Phil Vickery MBE and Paralympian Mel Nicholls will be joining our team and leading members of our Exec team, Senior Management team and workforce who have also generously agreed to step up to the challenge and hit the Cotswold roads on behalf of Hospitality Action!
The Creed Dream Team:
Phil Vickery MBE; Mel Nicholls, Paralympian; Chris Creed, CEO; Philip de Ternant, Managing Director; Phil Creed, Sustainability Director; Karl Goodwin, Commercial Director; Steve Rich, Operations Director; Martin Holmes, Director of People; Kirstin Hawkins, Finance Director; Richard Frost, Operations Controller; Mike Raybould, Transport Manager; Rob Owen, Executive Development Chef; Gary Farrell, New Business Development Manager; John Hobbins, Transport Supervisor; Adrian Deakin, Management Accountant; Rod Cox, Warehouse Operative; Josh Raybould, Driver, Cheltenham.
Established in 1837, Hospitality Action, the Hospitality Industry Benevolent Organisation, has offered vital assistance and help to hospitality workers in the UK and who find themselves in crisis.
They support people suffering from life-altering illnesses, experiencing poverty, bereavement and domestic violence; retired from the industry who may be isolated
The money they raise goes towards grants for essential items including food, equipment and central heating, supporting our often isolated and lonely retired hospitality workers, running educational seminars advising catering students of the dangers of drug and alcohol misuse.
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As we continue our training, you may wish to support our team and more importantly the Hospitality Action charity.
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Thank you for taking the time to support the team and more importantly the Hospitality Action charity.