Starting the news off this week is Christian Seeney, with a special mention to Julie Watts, Bob Reynolds and all of the staff at DAR Lighting in Banbury for hosting two #MaydayF1CharityChallenge Race Days in Warehouse 10 and Warehouse 15. Congratulations to Colin Spaull and Mark Hornett who were crowned race day champions. Mark broke the Mayday record books by setting the fastest time ever recorded, clocking a very impressive 1.35.310. The two events raised a total of £70.15 for Katharine House Hospice & Banbury Young Homelessness Project.
Staying on the subject of fundraising, our friends at Guenther Trousdale Bakery in Banbury and Manchester are taking part in the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge on Saturday the 1st of July to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. The guys have set a target to raise £1000 for this event. If you would like to donate to a great cause, please do so at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/fiona-hardman1. Good luck to Linda Marshall, Scott Cowan-Brock and all those participating in the challenge.
Gionis Profka made his Mayday News debut this week, informing you of all of the latest jobs available in the Hospitality & Catering industry. Gionis is currently recruiting for a Head Chef, Restaurant Manager and Part-Time Event Staff. In addition he is always on the look out for Chefs, Kitchen Staff and Part-Time Bar & Wait Staff for weddings and summer events. If you are looking for career progression, a new challenge or a temporary role, give Gionis a call on 01295 266 288 or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Until next week, you stay classy Banbury!