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Back in August 2015, Managing Director Ronan Harte and the recently created ‘Holroyd Howe Foundation Committee’ started looking for a charity to partner with and raise money for. After a lot of research, the committee all agreed on supporting Millie's Trust

Millie’s Trust was created by the parents of nine month old Millie Thompson, who tragically passed away in a choking incident in October 2012. The charity aims to make First Aid training available to everybody.

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Ronan set the Holroyd Howe team a target of £12,000 to raise by the end of Summer term 2016. This target was worked out at £100 from every school. The schools could do whatever activity they wanted to raise money for Millie’s Trust. That is when the fun started!

The fundraising ideas began flooding in, and fundraising events happening around the country to raise money for Millie’s Trust included bake sales, BBQs, competitions, and sports events.

One of the first charity events held was The Nuclear Races. On Saturday 14th November, a team of 10, headed up by Ronan completed the Nuclear Races in Essex in just under 3 hours.
They faced wind, rain and the freezing cold whilst tackling 13k and 60 natural and man obstacles.

The team smashed their target and raised £2,681.93 to get the fundraising underway.

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Roger Ellis, Business Development Executive Chef who took part in the race commented:
'To kick off the fund raising for Millie's Trust we wanted to start with a real challenge. Myself and Ronan, along with a motley crew of chefs and managers braved the freezing water and towering obstacles in the name of charity. We all made it round the course and managed to raise over £2500 for a great cause!

Iain Hedley, Catering Manager at Pangbourne College decided to leave his car at home and walk to and from work on Tuesday 7th June – a journey of 45.2 miles.
Iain left his home in Camberley at 4am on Tuesday morning and arrived at Pangbourne College over six hours later in time to start an eight hour shift at 11am. Iain’s extremely proud and supportive team were eagerly waiting for him to arrive!

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Once Iain had completed his shift, he set off on his return journey. Iain had a contingency plan in place and had left his bicycle at School the day before, just in the case the trip back was looking in danger.

On his return journey, Iain walked some of the way, pushing his bike alongside him, and also jumped on his bike for a mixture of free-wheeling down the occasional hill. Iain finally got home at 10:22pm.
Iain’s tremendous efforts raised £477.76 for Millie’s Trust.
Iain commented: ‘Having undertaken charity walks of considerable distance in the past, 47.6 miles to and from work seemed achievable. However, what was very different about this challenge was the 9 hour ‘break’ in the middle. My body clearly decided that 23.8 miles was sufficient so, it attempted to shut down my legs! I am overwhelmed by not only the financial backing given, but more so the astonishing level of encouragement, support and genuine wishes of good luck and well done from so many people’