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Go Jacob…

New trainee assistant estimator joins Box & Charnock Before joining Box & Charnock, Jacob spent two years at Bedford College building up his technical knowledge and practical skills by completing a Level 1 and 2 plumbing qualification. “After I qualified I found it really hard to find a suitable apprenticeship so I decided to continue […]

NHBC, Pride in the Job Award, Cranfield, Bellway Homes

NHBC Award for Bellway’s Cranfield

A big congratulations to Rob the site manager at Bellway Homes’ Cranfield development who has been awarded a NHBC Pride in the Job award, one of the highest industry accolades a site manager can achieve. “Winning this award reflects the very high standard of work that Rob is achieving on a daily basis,” said Jason […]

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Day break at Berkeley Homes’ Woodberry Down

Early morning views across London from level 28 of Berkeley Homes’ Woodberry Down development where Box & Charnock are currently on site providing comprehensive mechanical services. Once complete this innovative project will feature over 5,500 new homes adjacent to the natural surroundings of Finsbury Park and two existing reservoirs. Fab pics taken by Chris ’David […]

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Kicking off for Providence Row

Well done to the Box & Charnock footie team which took part in the Berkeley Foundation five-a-side tournament last week. We were pleased to come second in the group stages, losing to the eventual winners (Stanmore) in the quarter final. But not only that, we helped raise almost £3500 for Berkeley’s appointed charity, Providence Row, […]

Keech Hospice, charity cycle trip, Tanzania

Back in old Blighty after charity cycle trip

Steve Box and Jim Stokes are now safely back from their 350 km charity cycle trip across Tanzania – and boy was it tough! The distance was one thing, but add to the mix the long and steep mountain passes, very poor terrain; dusty dirt tracks, distinctly tired loan mountain bikes and temperatures of 35 […]

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The going gets tough in Tanzania

You might remember that Steve Box and Jim Stokes are currently cycling 350 km across Tanzania to raise money for the Keech Hospice children’s ward. At day four into the trek, we heard from a very weary sounding Jim.  Apparently the guys are finding it a huge challenge, mainly because they are cycling on tough, […]

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Cycling through West Africa to raise money for Keech Hospice

Steven Box and Jim Stokes, directors of Box & Charnock, are cycling 350km across Tanzania to raise money for the Children’s Ward at Keech Hospice. The challenge begins on the lower slopes of Mt Kilimanjaro and then the cyclists will follow a path through Tarangire and Lake Manyara national parks, which hold some of the world’s most remarkable wildlife. […]

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Mud, sweat and tyres at OCR charity event!

Last Saturday, Box & Charnock Foundation held a mudtastic OCR charity event at the FIT4OCR centre at Radwell, Herts to raise money for the Keech Children’s Hospice.  And what a successful day it was …… Participants ran, jumped, climbed and crawled over cold water trenches, rough terrain and twenty other obstacles in order to reach […]

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Muddy good OCR fun, beer and a BBQ!

If you are free this Saturday (24 September) and fancy raising some extra funds for Keech Hospice then bring your colleagues, friends and family along to the FIT4OCR centre at Radwell, Herts and join in the OCR fun! Box & Charnock is taking over the OCR obstacle race training centre for the afternoon  so why […]