Mark Bellamy from Van Leeuwen in the Banger Run 2012

23rd August 2012

On Saturday the 8th September I am taking part in a Banger Run from London to Monaco in aid of the charity help for Heroes , www. This is to be done in a car that can cost no more than £250.00 . We set off from RAF Halton on Saturday the 8th and hopefully arrive in Monaco on Wednesday 12th . My Co drivers and I are currently looking for sponsorship towards this very worth while charity. You can either sponsor by going onto the website , our team is called the Roadrunners , click on the link where our team is and then it takes you to the just giving website , where you then need to click on the owners page Roadrunners. You can also text number 70070 and then type jkjs53 , or you could post me a cheque or I also will take cash. I hope I can count on your support. Regards Mark Bellamy Account Manager Van Leeuwen Ltd. Precision Unit 1 Rotunda Business Centre Thorncliffe Park, Chapeltown Sheffield, S35 2PG. United Kingdom Reg No, 1991207 T + 44 (0) 114 2573816 M + 44 (0) 7917456691 F + 44 (0) 114 257 0639 E

You might also be interested in

Local Businesses List Cleanliness, Safety and Retail As Their Top Priorities For Improvement in South Yorkshire’s Civic Centres

Mon 8th July 2024

Safety, cleanliness and the quality of retail have all been cited by South Yorkshire businesses as top priorities for their local urban cores. This is according to the recently-published findings of the Town and City Centre Survey.

BCC Quarterly Economic Survey: Business Confidence Continues To Tick Up in Q2

Mon 8th July 2024

The BCC’s Quarterly Economic Survey – the UK’s largest and longest-running independent business survey – shows measures of business confidence and business conditions slightly improved in Q2 2024, albeit from a very low base.

Bank Seeks Further Evidence Before Rate Cut

Mon 1st July 2024

David Bharier, Head of Research at the British Chambers of Commerce reacts to the Bank of England’s latest interest rate decision


Mon 1st July 2024

Director General of the BCC, Shevaun Haviland, has urged the next Government to stop treading on eggshells around trade with the EU if it wants to grow the UK economy.