Barrett Steel Tubes North kick off to raise money for local charity

01 August 2018

Barrett Steel Tubes North donned their football boots to raise over £1,300 pounds for a local hospice.
Our team took part in a football tournament on behalf of a local Hospice Charity called Lindsey Lodge Hospice. Lindsey Lodge is a charity close to many hearts within the Scunthorpe area and has supported many steel industry famillies since it opened in 1992.
Andrew Heath (3rd from the left in our picture) is a cancer survivor and a valued member of the Barrett Steel team who spent time under the care of Lindsey Lodge and is also the uncle of James Frankish (2nd from the right in our picture) who is one of our saw operatives at Barrett Steel Tubes North. Barrett's is truely a family affair with many generations working on our sites across the UK. 
Branch Director Simon Dale unfortunately couldn't play on the day but organised a donation to the charity as a sponsorship for the team.
The team played three tough games as part of a group format, which unfortunately they were unsuccessful in, having come up against the eventual winners of the tournament, as well as the team who finished 3rd place overall in their group. The team spirit shown on the day was excellent and all who took part were proud to raise just over £1,300 on the day for Lindsey Lodge Hospice. 

Our team reported it was a tough day at the office but they enjoyed taking part nonetheless for a great cause!

At Barrett's we pride ourselves on giving back to the local communities we work so closely within and the charities that matter so much to our colleagues all over the UK. If you are a charity and have a cause you feel Barrett's could get behind please contact our marketing team on
Barrett Steel Tubes North kick off to raise money for  local charity

Recent Updates