Our Community Works
Below you will find some of our community work we have done over the years.
Care for Wild
“Darren and I want to personally send our thanks and great appreciation for your support and attendance at our golf day on Friday. We were overwhelmed by the turnout and even though the weather sadly did a U-turn for those teeing off in the afternoon, we hope you enjoyed the day as much as we did. These days are made so much more successful with the wonderful support and kindness from our sponsors, so would like to pass on our sincere… Read More
Darren & Anna Gough – Care for Wild
“We are so thankful to PW Process for raising money for Sidney. The money was used to fund neurotherapy for Sidney. Sidney has cerebral palsy, hydrocephalus, developmental delays and suffers from seizures. The therapy has helped him so much. His seizures seem to be under control, his sensory problems are greatly reduced, he sleeps better and is just generally a happier little boy. We could never of afforded to fund the treatment ourselves. We are forever grateful Thank you”
Kelly Thackery – Sidney Steps
Clipstone Bowls Club
“PW Process have been long standing supporters of our community bowling club, the club itself spans back decades situated in the heart of the former mining village of Clipstone in Nottinghamshire bowls has provided a very worthwhile past time for many local residents off all ages. PW Process have funded many initiatives for the club from new lawn mowers to keep the green in A1 condition to buying match day attire for all of our bowlers. Without PW Process we wouldn’t still be going in the way we are now accustomed.”
Alan Derbyshire – Clipstone Bowls Club
“Paul and the team at PW Process have provided valuable support to a number of charitable causes during our time working with them. Their passion to help improve the lives of others is truly admirable and demonstrates a quality of character which is evident in the way they conduct business.
PW Process have been long-term supporters at our events for charities such as Dallaglio Rugby Works, The Injured Jockeys Foundation, Rugby for Heroes, Young Lives Matter and many more. Paul has also given significant personal backing to ensure a young girl being raised in the mountainous area of Nepal is able to receive a decent education and provide her with the best possible opportunity in life.
Integrity and a genuine desire to make life better can be hard to find in these times but they are qualities that have underpinned every interaction I have had with Paul and the team, throughout all the years I have known them.”
Paul Sherhod – Strategic Sales Manger
2020 Challenge Cup
“PWP have supported our club since it’s emergence back in 2014. They have provided playing kits and equipment for our open age and junior sections, which was gratefully received. PWP have supported us with any events that we have run for charity, and were instrumental in supporting us through our 2020 Challenge Cup campaign, which also saw us raise over £1000 for the charity MND. We’re proud to carry PWP’s logo on our jersey, and look forward to continuing our partnership with them in the future.”
Adam Bates – Chairman Sherwood Wolf Hunt Amateur Rugby League Club
Tigers whites U10’s Football Team
“We are Tigers whites U10’s football team we compete in the Echo league which is one of the biggest and most competitive leagues in Essex / London. This group of boys have largely been together since they were 6 years old.
Based in Rainham Essex , Tigers JFC is an FA chartered standard football club and is the biggest club in Essex with over 60 teams ranging for U7’s too U18’s. We have been fortunate to have been sponsored by PWP for the past 2 seasons, following us establishing a close working relationship between myself at Thames Water and PWP. A big Thank you to PWP for ensuring the boys have all the kit and equipment they need to continue to play grassroots football.”
Martin Wilkins – Tigers White FC U10’s
Clipstone & Bilsthorpe Cricket Club
“Clipstone & Bilsthorpe cricket club is a community-based club that play in the mining village of Clipstone with 2 adult teams and a youth team we rely on support from the community. Without the support from Paul and Kelly Wright (PWP) the club would struggle to stay afloat going forward. There sponsorship helps with the youth set up going forward and the Maintenace badly needed to keep the facilities going. Golf day, Halloween and children’s play areas are just a few events PWP support massively. CBCC would like to thank Paul & Kelly and thank them for everything they do! Without them CBCC wouldnt survive.”
Lee Wilson – Clipstone & Bilsthorpe cricket club
“PW Process has been a long time supporter of the village Youth Club donating numerous items over a number of years in 2018 they undertook the Benidorm or bust rally to raise some much needed funds for new youth Club equipment, the journey was very successful and the amount raised was just phenomenal all the staff and kids that use the youth club cannot thank PW Process enough for their generosity.”
Amanda Hill – Youth Club Manager
Clipstone Youth Club Colts FC
“Paul and his band of merry men undertook to raising funds for new training kit for Clipstone Youth Club Colts FC during 2018 they underwent the Benidorm or Bust rally reaching Benidorm Spain in 4 days and raising monies to fund our kit. We are very grateful for all of their efforts and the kids within the football club are very thankful of the new kit. Thanks again to everyone involved.”
Clipstone Youth Club Colts
“During the first lockdown period of the COVID-19 pandemic PW Process donated hundreds of food parcels within the local community, People within the community nominated those that were vulnerable, elderly, Key workers, single parents, become unemployed or just in need of a pick me up…the community really rallied together to support this initiative and it really made a difference not only to the people themselves but to the whole community. Paul, Kelly PW Process and the all the people involved were selfless during this very concerning period and the whole community want to thank PW Process for their very kind generosity.”
Sid Walker – Local Councillor