The Saltash team have chosen this year to sponsor local charity Jeramiah’s Journey by joining their Follow the Bear initiative to get more local businesses and the community aware of the amazing work they do with children and young people who are going through a bereavement.
They have also joined other local businesses, in supporting Dartmoor Zoo by sponsoring their new Otter Family.
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Over the next 12 months a number of our PSP colleagues will be taking on extraordinary personal challenges for charity.
First up (and down) is Saltash Account Executive, Will Bailey who is taking part in a sky dive on 30 March to raise money for local hospice St Luke’s.
He will be followed by Newquay Director Martin Geen, who will be running the London Marathon on 28 April in aid of Children with Cancer UK
Later in the year on 31 August, it is the turn of our Health Insurance Adviser, Sarah Gillies, who is taking on the challenge of trekking a marathon through Salisbury taking in the sites of Old Sarum and Stonehenge for Alzheimer’s Society.
Then Jane Tutte – private clients account handler in Newquay will be once again walking 100km. This time along the Normandy Beaches between 2 and 6 October for The Soldiers Charity
We wish them all luck.
In addition to these one off events, other colleagues work throughout the year volunteering time to help their local communities.
Britta Ohlsen, Commercial Account Handler at our Bridgwater office, volunteers time for Mind in Somerset.
Whilst Sophia Hennequin, Account Handler at Torquay is a Dementia Friend providing support for families, who have a member living with dementia.
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Harry and the team are continuing their successful season, taking part in a tournament at the end of the year, which included teams form Exeter City, Cheltenham, Bristol Rovers, Yeovil Town and Forest Green. Argyle’s final against Bristol Rovers saw the them win the tournament with a 4-3 win over Rovers.
A fixture break over Christmas, did not mean a let up in training with the team also taking part in friendly matches.
The academy fixtures started again in February with a 5-1 win against Walsall, in which Harry scored 4 goals. Harry continued his goal scoring with two goals in an away match against Oxford United.
The schedule continues for the rest of the season with trips away to Bournemouth and Derby County before a number of home games.
Harry is doing well and enjoying the experience of being a member of the Academy.
Recently the team have beaten local rivals Exeter 4 -1 and success at Torquay United along with trips to Yeovil Town and Newport County.
Harry has also had the opportunity to play for the under 10’s team against Newport County where he again got on the score sheet.
This month sees trips to Swindon Town and Cheltenham before a home game against Bristol Rovers, followed by a well earned Christmas break.
Harry kicks off his first football season at Plymouth Argyle Academy scoring two goals against tough opposition, Cardiff City. Unfortunately though, the game ended in defeat for Plymouth.
The pre-season training through the summer was very busy and the highlight was attending a session with the Plymouth Argyle 1st Team.
The squad have received their training kits and will be looking forward to receiving their formal match kit at a presentation event at Home Park.
The next fixture sees the team travel to Southampton, where they will take part in a mini tournament with the full season of fixtures due to start in September.
The Saltash office of PSP Group are pleased to be helping new footballer Harry.
He will be training three times a week. In addition to playing matches throughout the south of England representing Plymouth Argyle Football Club, as part of the Under 9’s squad.
We wish him and his whole team luck for the season and look forward to following his progress through the academy.
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Karen McCormack is a trustee and volunteer at the Sevington Victorian Project in Grittleton, a Victorian school room that brings the Victorian era alive for school groups from around the area. The project is currently raising funds to improve their cloakroom facilities and pathways to make visiting the school easier for people with limited mobility. As part of the fundraising Karen had entered the project into the Aviva Community Fund Competition for 2017.
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