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New Chester Football Club partnership – Introducing the Maxiflow.co.uk Stand!

The Maxiflow Stand at Chester FC

We at Maxiflow are very proud to announce that we have formed a new partnership with Chester Football Club!

We have signed an exclusive deal to become the club’s Stadium Improvement Partner. This is a role we are more than familiar with, having carried out many works for the club in the past, including significant drainage and ground works. Drainage works on the main pitch are set to continue in the pre-season run-up, with other projects to be announced in the future.

The main East Stand is to be rebranded as The Maxiflow.co.uk Stand, featuring significant representation of the Maxiflow brand inside and outside of the stadium. We are delighted to be representing the Home Supporters for Chester FC’s future matches and will be working to improve the experience for all fans.

Maxiflow-Home-Supporters-Stand-at-Chester-FC

We have been talking to Maxiflow for a while about working together and we are delighted to have finally come to an agreement. They are a company who have a large presence in the community and share with us a number of our club values.

We have a schedule of work in and around the ground and Maxiflow will be working with us closely on this. They will gain profile for their partnership with us and we are delighted to have them on board.

Dave Riche
Chester FC Business Development Manager

Previously, Maxiflow was involved in Chester FC’s ‘Backing the Blues’ campaign. This proved to be a very lucrative relationship, as the increased exposure quickly lead to us securing a £250,000 maintenance contract. So we are looking forward to working together with Chester FC on a significantly more involved basis.

We are very excited to form our new partnership with Chester Football Club. As a community-focused company, we have worked with many local institutions, from Chester Zoo to the University of Chester, and we feel that this deal strengthens our connection with this great city. We are especially proud to be working closely with a club owned by the most passionate and loyal fans you could ever find.

We would like to thank everyone at Chester FC for making this partnership possible and we are very much looking forward to the future.

Kevin McLeod
Maxiflow Managing Director

We will have more news about our exciting new partnership as it develops, and will soon have photographs of the newly-branded Maxiflow.co.uk Stand!

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Maxiflow help charm worms at Tattenhall Park Primary School Fun Day!

Tattenhall Park Primary School Logo

This summer, the staff, children and parents of Tattenhall Park Primary School held a Fun Day to help raise money for the school. In addition to the usual niceties such as stands selling cakes and child-friendly rides, the Fun Day also featured an event which was designed to give people the creepy-crawlies!

Worm Charming is a competitive event in which teams attempt to coax the largest number of worms out of their allocated plot of land. Because worms are sensitive to sound vibrations, the teams are challenged to devise creative methods to produce their worm-attracting good vibrations!

This year was the second annual Worm Fest at Tattenhall Park Primary. To help out with the event we at Maxiflow donated several dozen outdoor chairs to the school. Luckily the weather held out on the day, so the chairs saw plenty of use!

I would like to convey my sincere thanks for your kind donation of chairs in aid of our Fun Day and Worm Fest here at Tattenhall Park Primary.

We had a terrific day on Saturday with stalls, competitions, rides, refreshments and, of course, the Worm Charming event. The afternoon was a great success and, with the support from local businesses, community and friends, we raised much needed funds for the school.

Laura Noble, Head Teacher, Tattenhall Park Primary School

We would like to thank Mrs Noble for her kind words and would be happy to help with events in the future!

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Sponsor Popsy and Posey’s 12-Month Challenge for the Stroke Association and Spinal Injuries Association

Sponsor Popsy and Posey for the Spinal Injuries Association and the Stroke Association

Maxiflow customer Mr Buckler has brought this very worthy cause to our attention and we wanted to share it with our followers.

Mr Buckler’s daughter Rose and her friend Tracy (known collectively as Popsy and Posey) are undertaking a 12-month challenge to raise money for two excellent charities – the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) and the Stroke Association.

These charities are very close to the hearts of both women, as explained below:

In 2008, after being rushed in to hospital in the middle of the night Tracy’s Mum (Linda) was eventually diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis. This resulted in Linda becoming paralysed from the waist down. After spending 6 months in hospital and rehabilitation she returned home and began to adapt to life in a wheelchair. Throughout her stay in Southport Spinal Unit the SIA were always there to offer her support and advice.

Rose’s grandfather (John) suffered a stroke in October 2012. This was an awful experience for John and Rose’s gran Hilda who within a matter of moments were facing an uncertain future together and the family faced life-changing decisions. Fortunately John has recovered well, but this has made us all very aware of the fantastic work the Stroke Association do to support stroke victims and fund research that will ensure more sufferers can make the best possible recovery.

Popsy & Posey

To raise money, Popsy and Posey are embarking upon a multitude of challenges each month in the lead-up to their 30th birthdays. From gruelling physical endurance trials and sporting events through to bake sales and coffee mornings, the team are covering all bases in order to reach as wide an audience as possible.

We at Maxiflow have contributed towards a Charity Fundraising Night on Saturday 22nd June at the University of Cumbria (formerly St. Martin’s College) in Lancaster.

For more details, visit Popsy and Posey’s Virgin Moneygiving page or their Facebook page and donate some money towards their cause!

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12-Hour Rowathon raises over £4000 for Children in Need!

Team Maxirow at the University of Chester Rowathon

Last Friday, Maxiflow took part in a 12-Hour Rowathon at the University of Chester for Children in Need.

Seven members of the Maxiflow Building team, volunteered their time and energy to help raise money for a good cause, becoming the rowing powerhouse known as Team Maxirow.

Fifty teams on fifty static rowing machines, graciously provided by Concept2, and an astonishing number of competitors filled Downes Sports Hall on the University campus.

You see, we had not anticipated one very important thing: there was no limit on the number of people who could be on one team.

Team Maxirow at the University of Chester Rowathon

As a result, there were only a handful of teams who maintained the same small group of competitors for the 12 hour duration.

So, a long day felt even longer as Maxirow watched other teams frequently swapping out their entire roster for fresh faces, opting to run their race as a series of sprints instead of a marathon.

However, adrenaline levels were kept high thanks to the spirit of friendly competition. Organizers from the University monitored the total distance covered on each machine and gave frequent updates naming the leading teams.

Hearing that they were consistently in the top 5 gave the lads an incredible push and an incentive to keep forging ahead.

The members of Team Maxirow pushed themselves to their limit and achieved an incredible Third Place in the competition!

Team Maxirow at the University of Chester Rowathon

Overall, the event raised over £4000 for Children in Need, easily clearing the target total of £2500.

We would like to thank the organizers from the University of Chester for expertly setting up and moderating the event, which was a ton of fun and should be considered a great success.

Additional thanks to GB Signs who provided our Maxirow.co.uk t-shirts free of charge and sponsored the team!

Special thanks to the members of Team Maxirow:

  • Aaron Ankers
  • Kevin Beatty
  • Warren Beatty
  • Jeremy Brandreth
  • Floyd Evans
  • Mike Graham
  • Paul Russell

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Maxiflow taking part in 12-Hour Rowathon for Children in Need

On Friday 16th November 2012, Maxiflow are taking part in a 12-Hour Rowathon at the University of Chester to raise money for Children in Need.

Teams from across Cheshire will be competing against each other to see who can raise the largest amount of money for charity. Each team will attempt to cover the greatest accumulated distance on a static rowing machine within a 12-hour span. A 6-man team from Maxiflow will be representing us at the event, selflessly giving up their Friday nights for a good cause.

Sir Steve Redgrave will be on hand to teach the teams how an Olympic hero handles such a daunting task!

Note: This event was originally a 24-Hour Rowathon, but was later changed to 12 Hours. This post has been edited to reflect this.

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