Law Society Excellence Awards by HC12100112302

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									Law Society Excellence Awards.
Independent objective verification of achievements from third parties.
Conservation
"Without the help of Howes Percival we would not have been able to meet the government's target
of clearing such areas of riverside conservation in this particular stretch of the River Soar. Their help
was invaluable and certainly a character building task enjoyed by all who took part".
Adrian Lane, Senior Riverside Officer, Leicester City Council
Community
"We are delighted that Howes Percival won *the award….it was well deserved as the whole
company have put their combined weight behind the idea of volunteering in the community".
Monica Kimche, Director, Leicestershire Cares
* In April 2008 Howes Percival was named Company of the Year by Leicestershire Cares.
Community
"Many thanks go to the volunteers from Howes Percival. The funds generated will go towards the
next outing or other initiative the service users want to try".
Janine Pullinger, Volunteer Co-ordinator at Leonard Cheshire Disability.
Rural Enterprise
"Howes Percival's support for the festival was invaluable, both in terms of its financial contribution
and in terms of showcasing that a local business was prepared to support local producers.
Matthew O'Callaghan, Chairman of the Melton Mowbray Food Partnership
Education
"'A Musical High' was a perfect example of how bringing the arts and business together can benefit
everybody involved. It was professionally conceived and delivered. Everybody there will remember it
as a great experience; for the participants, parents, audience and business people".
Paul Kerryson, Artistic Director, Curve Theatre, Leicester
Arts
"We expected people to be stopped in their tracks and hope 'Imagine A City' made them look afresh
at Leicester. We set out looking for diversity in the artworks produced and we certainly found that.
Howes Percival and Arts and Business are to be congratulated for funding the events. It is unusual
to find a business taking such an interest in producing art for their city".
Matthew Pegg, Director, Mantle Arts
Sport
"SportsAid is the charity for sports people, helping the next generation of young British sportsmen
and women to succeed. Without the support of companies like Howes Percival for disabled
potential paralympians like Rachel and Alice, this would simply not be possible".
Sally Peck, SportsAid Eastern Regional Co-ordinator

Extract of letter from Chairman of Everards Brewery:

"Thank you so much for sending me the booklet you produced detailing your contribution to the
community. May I congratulate you on a superb document and it has certainly made us think how
we can communicate our joined up contributions here to the various audiences"….

								
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