Posts Tagged: community
South West Highways is proud to be supporting Devon's Community Transport Awareness Week between 9th - 15th June.
Posted by Sarah Cole on June 03, 2015 in Company News
Despite diversifying and growing into a multi-disciplinary contractor, road maintenance remains our core market and therefore the safety of Devon's residents on the road is of paramount importance to us as a firm.
Regionally focused and committed to the South West, SWH are so pleased to be on board with a scheme that seeks to inform local residents of how community transport can be beneficial to them. For more information on Transport for your Community and to get involved, visit the official website here.
Posted by Sarah Cole on April 02, 2015 in In Our Community
At SWH we take great pride in being a key part of the communities we live and work in. We have a significant programme of charity events which serve to raise funds for worthy causes throughout the region and many of our staff spend their time supporting a range of fantastic organisations across the South West.
So, when we hit a significant milestone in our business, 20 successful years during which time the company has grown and gone from strength to strength, it seemed natural that we would celebrate this by spending a day serving those within our communities. Every member...
Posted by Sarah Cole on September 17, 2014 in Apprenticeships & Training, In Our Community
SWH were pleased to donate £250 to Southbrook School in Exeter in a bid to support their part in a local Go Kart Challenge.
Andrew Plumber, Business Manager at SWH, visited the school alongside Project Skills Coordinator, Anna Cooper to present the cheque and to be given a guided tour of the school’s facilities by Assistant Head, Alan Tilley.
Lee Hutchinson from SWH workshops also attended the visit to assist the pupils with the building and assembling of the kart.
Southbrook is a successful secondary special school for pupils, aged between 11 and 16, with varied complex needs and abilities including moderate or...
Posted by Sarah Cole on May 29, 2014 in In Our Community
SWH’s Richard Trump, Works Manager, was recently tasked with putting together ten of SWH’s finest football players in support of Prostate Cancer UK.
A few of the team members hadn’t played football for quite some time, so it was all about dusting off old football boots, proving you’re never too old (or unfit!) to grace the turf and getting stuck in for a fantastic cause.
Once the players were chosen they set out to take part in a 6- A- Side Football Tournament at St James Park, Home of Exeter City on Sunday 27th April. The team, named South West Highways Ltd, were...