Supporting our local community
Wherever possible we like to give back to our local community and support and sponsor local causes and events throughout the year.
The Welshpool Cricket Club
The Welshpool Cricket Club is based at Maes-Y-Dre. The club aims to welcome all those interested and to provide a safe and successful club setting for people to enjoy the sport.
Lingen Davies Cancer Fund
Lingen Davies Cancer Fund is Committed to Supporting Cancer Services for the People of Shropshire, Telford and Mid Wales.
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Shrewsbury Golf Club, founded in 1891, boasts mature parkland with tree lined fairways and fast greens with subtle borrows to challenge the accomplished golfer.
St. Chad's Shrewsbury
Businesses and social organisations, schools and other charities are invited to sponsor a tree at the Christmas Festival. Over 10,000 people visit St Chad’s Church to look around the trees each year.
Harper Adams University
Harper Adams University is the leading specialist university tackling the future development of our planet’s food production, processing, animal sciences, engineering, land management, environmental management and sustainable business.
Shrewsbury Town in The Community
Shrewsbury Town in The Community are the official charity of Shrewsbury Town Football Club, We aim to make sure that Shropshire can flourish, by helping everyone realise their potential and achieve their goals.
Shrewsbury & District Schools Football Association
Local children’s football team sponsorship.
Shropshire Charity Concerts presents the Annual Performance of Handel’s Messiah in Shrewsbury Abbey in aid of local charities.
Circus Starr hold accessible performances that burst with circus skills to entertain the most vulnerable and disadvantaged families in our community.
Shropshire Mind was established in 1974 and provides a diverse range of quality services, across the county for the one in four people and their families acknowledged to be affected by mental or emotional distress.
The Shrewsbury Rotary Clubs’ Tree of Light Appeal
The Tree of Light allows sponsors to remember loved ones at Christmas time whilst at the same time raising funds for charities and worthwhile causes which support others who are in need.
Young Enterprise is a national charity. They motivate young people to succeed in the changing world of work by equipping them with the work skills, knowledge and confidence they need to succeed.
Ladies in Business
Ladies in Business, Shropshire was set up in 2006 and was the brainchild of four professional women looking to create a relaxed group in which women could network and build mutually beneficial relationships with like-minded women.
Shrewsbury in Bloom
Shrewsbury in Bloom is a non-profit organisation which brings together interested groups and individuals to discuss and implement a programme for Shrewsbury’s floral enhancement, environmental improvements and community projects.
Sands is the leading stillbirth and neonatal death charity in the UK. Sands exists to reduce the number of babies dying and to ensure that anyone affected by the death of a baby receives the best possible care and support for as long as they need it.
The Harry Johnson Trust
When Harry died in July 2014, the donations made by family and friends at Harry’s funeral allowed his family to establish The Harry Johnson Trust.
The trust aims to provide whatever individual children or teenagers need to make things just a little bit easier for them during treatment.
Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival
To advance, improve, develop and maintain public education in and appreciation of the art and science of film, film making and other related visual art forms in all their aspects by the presentation of a film festivals and other film events, aimed primarily but not exclusively at lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) people. Increasing awareness and portraying the lives of LGBT people in the UK and worldwide.
The Minsterley Show
The Minsterley Show is Shropshire’s oldest and most prestigious one day agricultural show.
Minsterley Show successfully brings town and country together on the beautiful site in the village of Lea Cross, overlooked by the Stiperstones and bordered by the River Rea.
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Corporate social responsibility
At Dyke Yaxley, the aim of our approach to corporate social responsibility is to reflect the actions taken to ensure we are, and continue to be, excellent corporate citizens.
We are delighted to announce that the two local charities we will be fundraising for will be Lingen Davies Cancer Fund and Shropshire Mind.
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