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Our work in the local community

The Animal Sanctuary Wilmslow

The Ani­mal Sanc­tu­ary Wilmslow 

Over the next five years, we will be sup­port­ing The Ani­mal Sanc­tu­ary Wilm­slow dur­ing our annu­al will week. Dur­ing this time we will pro­vide wills to our clients at no cost and instead we will give them the option to make a dona­tion to the sanctuary. 

We have been sup­port­ing the char­i­ty in some capac­i­ty since 2014 which has includ­ed activ­i­ties such as mak­ing char­i­ta­ble dona­tions from unclaimed bal­ances, assist­ing with legal advice and spon­sor­ing the sanc­tu­ar­ies annu­al fundrais­ing cal­en­dar. So far we have raised £5,520!

One of our more recent activ­i­ties involved fund­ing a new Pig Arc. Wilm­slow Ani­mal Sanc­tu­ary trustee, Col­in Bar­ton had this to say: Our Pig Bel­la is now able to snug­gle down in a warm and dry home, and would hap­pi­ly grunt her thanks for their gen­eros­i­ty.” Read more about Bel­la’s new home here.

Will Week is anoth­er great oppor­tu­ni­ty to fur­ther devel­op our part­ner­ship which has seen JBGass staff vol­un­teer­ing their skills as well as frank­ing and send­ing all of the char­i­ty’s annu­al donor newslet­ter when their machine broke down.

It’s real­ly impor­tant for us to be able to give back to the com­mu­ni­ty in which we live and work and many of us have been touched by the kind­ness and good work that The Ani­mal Sanc­tu­ary per­forms.” says our Mar­ket­ing Direc­tor, Rick Bar­row It real­ly has become our pet’ char­i­ty and sev­er­al staff mem­bers have adopt­ed ani­mals them­selves.” Find out more about the fan­tas­tic work the char­i­ty does or how to get involved your­self at: www​.heswilm​slow​.co​.uk


Cheshire Youth Pan­tomime Soci­ety (CHYPS)

JBGass sup­port CHYPS’ annu­al per­for­mance at The Wood­ford Cen­tre through spon­sor­ship of their sou­venir programme.

CHYPS was formed in 2008 and their pan­tos are espe­cial­ly writ­ten to appeal to teenagers with large casts and great music. The shows are pro­fes­sion­al­ly staged with live music from a teenage band led by their Musi­cal Direc­tor. CHYPS com­bines lots of fun, with hard work and the sat­is­fac­tion of being part of shows that are a delight to watch.

CHYPS is non-prof­it mak­ing, rely­ing on sup­port from par­ents, schools, grants, local busi­ness­es and the skills and ener­gy of indi­vid­ual helpers.

Ian Hunt, Chair­man, CHYPS, said We are extreme­ly grate­ful to JBGass, and oth­er local busi­ness­es for their sup­port. With­out it, CHYPS would not be able to pro­vide local teenagers with an unfor­get­table expe­ri­ence that not only devel­ops their artis­tic skills but also does won­ders for their self-con­fi­dence and self-esteem. It also helps CHYPS pro­vide a thor­ough­ly enter­tain­ing, high qual­i­ty, and low cost, tra­di­tion­al pan­tomime for over 800 local peo­ple each year.”

For more infor­ma­tion see www​.chypspan​to​.com