On Monday 10 June, 14 members of staff, plus two customers from YHA, took to the roads in Gloucestershire for the Hospitality Action Le Tour de Cuisine (The Cotswold Cycle Challenge) starting at Calcot Manor, near Tetbury. Distances between 20 miles and 110 miles were covered and everyone completed their route. In particular, a big well done goes to Richard Frost (Operations Controller), Jamie Deeley (Cheltenham Transport Dekit) and Josh Raybould (Driver, Staverton) who completed the 60-mile route and to Gary Farrell (Business Development Manager), who completed the 100-mile route, all in the pouring rain. Due to the fact they took the wrong route at the start, they actually cycled 75 miles and 110 miles respectively!
We are delighted that this event has raised over £54,000 for Hospitality Action
Left to right: Kim Nicholds (PA to Directors), Tony Youd (Inventory & Supply Chain Controller), Adrian Deakin (Management Accountant), Philip de Ternant (Managing Director), Phil Creed (Sustainability Director), Chris Creed (CEO), Karl Goodwin (Commercial Director), Steve Rich (Operations Director), Ken Watson (YHA), Jerry Robinson (YHA), Phil Vickery MBE DL (Non-Executive Director), Rob Owen (Executive Business Development Chef).
“Our deepest thanks go to Creed Foodservice for making an enormous product contribution again this year, donating the breakfast and all the take away snacks, the BBQ food and so many more extras. We truly value our relationship and appreciate your amazing continued support.”
Maria Carter, Fundraising and Marketing Executive, Hospitality Action