Tensor in the Community

Tensor donated a prize to one of its North West clients Faiveley Transport when the company held a fund raising event, a Christmas Dance, which raised more than £800. The event was held at the Liverpool Racquet's Club. Tensor donated a mobile telephone which was won by Faiveley employee Richard Palin, who is pictured with the prize.

Sharon Whitty, PA to the Faiveley Managing Director, commented about the fund-raiser: “The evening was a great success and a good time had by all. This is the first time we did a fund raising at our Christmas Dance and we put all the suggested charities in a pool and Motor Neurone Disease was the charity chosen at random....

A brave Tensor employee has helped to fund-raise more than £500 following a sponsored skydive for BBC Children in Need. Rebecca Wheeldon, an Internal Sales Executive at Tensor’s Birmingham office, had planned to do the jump on Sunday, November 20 on this year’s Children in Need weekend, but due to fog it had to be re-arranged to Sunday, December 4 at Cambridge. Rebecca said: “I did the jump with two of my friends Annie McKay and Maria Green.”

She added: “I was the first off the plane – this was lucky as I wanted to go first. People that have done a skydive will know how good it was and anyone that hasn’t I recommend it to you. Then the parachute came up. My...

Tensor plc has made a donation of £75 to the very worthy national cause of the British Heart Foundation. Tensor as a company has given £50, while some employees raised £25 themselves in a couple of days. Kate Smith, After Sales & Project Manager at Tensor plc, who organised the employee contribution, said: “The British Heart Foundation is such a worthwhile charity and means a lot to us as a caring company, so we wanted to make a donation.”

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is a registered charity, and its mission statement reads: “Our vision is of a world in which people do not die prematurely of heart disease....

Hail Weston playing field is situated in a prime location in the village of Hail Weston and provides the village with an area to exercise and play outdoors. A couple of years ago the Parish Council received a petition from the younger inhabitants asking for more activities for the over 5's and young teenagers.  Nick Farnden, Chairman of the Hail Weston Parish Council, said “the petition made us aware that there was very little provision for older children in the playing fields and we resolved to do something about it”. After a period of consultation, the Parish Council realised that they had to raise some £40,000 for the playing field redevelopment and that this could be done by a mixture of local...

Tensor would like to thank all who participated in our Charity Dress down & Raffle, which took place on 18th December 2009.

Keech Hospice Care have felt the negative affects of the adverse weather conditions, preventing their Christmas float collections. In addition, consumers have been reluctant to visit the shops, which has further affected donations in the most important money raising period.

Tensor is proud to be supporting such a worthwhile cause and are extremely delighted with the £273.61 raised on the 18th December.

We would like to re-thank Lockwood Lithographics, based in Kimbolton, for the printing and the following donators:

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