Pacy & Wheatley Group sponsors Outcasts CC
Pacy & Wheatley are proud sponsors of local cricket club Outcasts CC who have had a great season winning their league and gaining promotion to the premier league for the 2022 season!
Well done lads and good luck next year!
Outcasts CC, Lincolnshire Division 1 Champions 2021
Pacy & Wheatley Group sponsor Doncaster Belles
Pacy & Wheatley Group have sponsored for the 2nd year Doncaster Belles club Captain Ms Sophie Scargill
The Belles under management of Andy butler have been going from Strength to Strength,
Good luck for Season Girls.
Pacy & Wheatley welcome Eastwood & Partners
Pacy & Wheatley have welcomed Eastwood & Partners and student from The University of Sheffield to our site at Precision Engineering in Chesterfield.
2 sessions were accommodated on the 19th February 2020 to accommodate 10 students and 2 Eastwood & Partners staff. The visit included a presentation by our Site Manager Mick Thorn, Induction, Site Tour and a Q&A session.
The visits are arranged to give construction students a look at the workings of a real life construction site and highlight the career possibilities that are available.
We also want to show our commitment to the local communities for which we work in.
Ivor Goodsite Hempland Primary School, York
Ivor Goodsite School Assembly at Hempland Primary School, York – 10th July 2019, he also visited Tang Hall Primary School in York 11th July 2019.
Ivor Goodsite at Burnholme Care Home, York
Ivor Goodsite joined Isla Besafe at one of our Healthcare projects, Burnholme Care Home York 10th July 2019.
Ivor Goodsite at Doncaster Dragon Boat Race
Ivor Goodsite came along to support the Pacy & Wheatley Dragon Boat teams (Wheatley Wizards 1 & 2) in Doncaster 13th July 2019.
Dragon Boat Race 2019
The Wheatley Wizards are going to take on our 3rd Dragon Boat Challenge, We have improved each year (most importantly we don't get wet) its a great team event and we always have fun on the day whilst raising money for hard working & deserving charities St Johns Hospice, Doncaster - Bluebell Wood, Sheffield & Doncaster Rotary Club.
2017 we had 1 boat and narrowly missed out on getting into the semi finals, we raised £761 for our charities. 2018 we had 2 boats and we achieved our target of getting 1 boat into the semi-finals, we raised £2340 for our charities. 2019 we have 2 boats and our target is to get 1 boat into the final, we are targeting ourselves with raising a rather conservative £1000 for the charities.
Ivor Goodsite at Castlewood Primary School in Gainsborough
Ivor Goodsite visited our site at Castlewood Primary School in Gainsborough today to deliver an assembly with our Site Manager Derrick Hill..
Children can be very curious and interested about the comings and goings on busy construction site (especially when it’s at their school)
Ivor talked about the dangers on site where we are building the children 7 new classrooms with stores a studio hall, 1 small group room, 2 cleaner’s stores, Boys and Girls toilets, circulation areas and cloaks. Extra hard play and additional parking
Again Ivor asked the children to PLEASE “Stay Safe By Staying Away”
Ivor was very glad to meet the children who behaved very well.
Thank you Castlewood Primary School
Ivor Goodsite at Mowmacre
Ivor Goodsite (the Considerate Contractors Scheme ambassador) visited the Mowmacre primary school on Wednesday 1st May. Ivor attended the school assembly and talked to the children about our Diamond House site that is opposite the school. Ivor talked about the dangers of site such as machinery/plant and how site stay safe. Ivors overriding message is “STAY SAFE BY STAYING AWAY”.
Ivor had his photo taken with some of the children promoting #love construction (these can be seen on the Mowmacre Primary School website) he was also photographed busy at work, inspecting some bricklaying work & doing some office paperwork.
A busy day for Ivor overall!
Ivor is due to visit the Castlewood Primary School in Gainsborough next week.
Pacy & Wheatley are proud to have joined Mates in Mind!
Mates in Mind are a charity raising awareness, addressing the stigma of poor mental health, and improving mental wellbeing within the UK construction industry. A huge part of our company philosophy is looking after the health and wellbeing of our team. This initiative helps us take an important step towards breaking the silence and stigma surrounding mental wellbeing in society, and in the construction industry in particular.
We’re delighted to be part of such a great cause, and proud to be taking steps to improve awareness and mental health and wellbeing within our company.
New Year, New Premises
Pacy & Wheatley have moved into new company offices! All three divisions of the Pacy & Wheatley Group have moved from our base on Thorne Road, to new, larger offices to suit the company growth. Our new offices are based on Loversall Court, in Clayfields Business Park, Tickhill Road in Balby.
The new, larger offices are the result of 50 years of continued growth and development within the construction industry, and will house our growing senior team of significantly skilled and experienced staff and directors.
We’re proud of our continued success, and would like to thank all our clients and everyone in the Pacy & Wheatley team.
Dragon Boat Race - £2,618.25 Raised
Last year, we beat our donation target. We aimed to raise £500 for Bluebell and ended up raising over £750! This year, we wanted to beat last year's donations and set an initial goal of £1,000. We are thrilled to announce that we raised £2,618.25.
"The Rotary Club of Doncaster St George’s would like to thank you for your participation and enthusiasm and we would ask that you pass on our thanks to all your relatives, friends and colleagues who participated in making the 9th annual event such an outstanding success."
Rotary Club of Doncaster St George’s
Ivor Goodsite visited Millfield Primary School in Littleport Near Ely.
Ivor attended a school assembly and talked to the children about the P&W site at Littleport Grange for Minster Care which is just across the road from the primary school. Ivor talked about the dangers in and around a construction site; his message to the pupils is “Stay Safe By Staying Away”
Trax FM Toy Appeal 2017
Thank You to all at Pacy & Wheatley for your contribution to Trax FM Christmas toy appeal!
Photo of the stash that we have accumulated for the toy appeal, we have had to commandeer another table!
We would like to personally thank; Kieran Swan, Anthony, Mick Collins, Chris Huntington, Lauren & Charlotte Wheatley, Ian Dugher, Derrick Hill, Ryan Hanson, Craig Wheatley, Nigel Chambers, Mike Simpson, Brian Rush, Steve Shaw.
Also a massive thank you to everyone else that has donated anonymously!
MASSIVE WELL DONE TO EVERYONE!!!
£761.50 raised for Bluebell Wood Hospice
A Pacy and Wheatley team lead by the MD Anthony Wheatley took part in the Doncaster Dragonboat Race on 15th July to raise money for the very worthy Bluebell Wood Hospice. The team and supporters on the day comprised of P&W employees, family members and friends.
It was a dismal start to the day (weather wise) but the team embraced the challenge and achieved their objectives of working as a team, enjoying the day and not getting wet (for the most part anyway). The team worked hard and the results were better than anticipated:
- Race 1 - 2nd 76.31 seconds
- Race 2 - 2nd 67.71 seconds
- Race 3 - 2nd 70.25 seconds
Overall, we came 12th out of 28 teams (just missing out on a place in the semi-finals) (1st place time 67.46 seconds) even the sun came out later in the day. We consider this to be a fantastic achievement for our first time taking part in this event. We have already booked our place in the event next year, our target shall be to make the semi-finals.
Most importantly we smashed our target of raising £500 for Bluebell Wood (achieved £761.50 + gift). A big THANK YOU to our team, our supporters and our sponsors.
Wheatley Wizards fundraising at The Dragon Boat Race
The Wheatley Wizards are a small team formed by Pacy & Wheatley Construction. We will be taking part in the Dragon Boat Race, in Doncaster Lakeside on Saturday 15th July 2017. This event will be a fundraiser to raise money for our chosen charity, The Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, who we have previously supported when we completed the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge.
We believe this to be a very worthy cause and our assistance can bring joy and respite to the patients and their families. As a team, we aim to raise £500 and are looking forward to supporting the event and all of the other teams who will be also raising money for a very worthy cause.
Student Visits - Cygnet Harrow
In an effort to engage with the local communities where we are currently working, P&W have arranged for students from the local colleges to visit our sites. The site visits include a presentation to the students and a site tour lead by our site team. Cygnet Hospital, Harrow, P&W invited Harrow College, 2 visits were planned, the 1st took place on Wednesday 1st March and was a great success, the 2nd visit Wednesday 8th March for a different group of students.
Student Visits - Longhill road
Longhill Road, Huddersfield, P&W invited Kirklees College for 2 visits. The 1st took place on Thursday 2nd March and was also a great success, the 2nd visit Thursday 9th March for a different group of students.
Student Visits - Amersham
Hillcrest Court, Amersham, P&W invited Amersham and Wycombe College, 2 visits are planned. The 1st will took place on Tuesday 14th March, the 2nd visit Tuesday 21st March for a different group of students.
P&W are also attending the Kirklees College Employability week at the college on Friday 10th March 2017. Team members shall discuss with students their roles & responsibilities within P&W, they shall also discuss the Longhill Road, Huddersfield site giving students an insight into the construction industry generally and P&W as a construction company.
Primary School Talk
On Friday 17th June 2016 P&W took Ivor Goodsite (Considerate Contractors Scheme Mascot) to the school assembly to meet pupils at the Dalton Foljambe Primary School where works were about to commence. Ivor attanded with P&W Construction Manager Joe Ridgeway and together they delivered a presentation that informed the children about the construction site at their school and the dangers that can be found there. The message was clear “Stay safe by staying away”
TRAX FM Toy Appeal
P&W staff took part in the TRAX FM Toy Appeal, staff purchased toys for children within the Doncaster area and they were collected by the TRAX FM team on Friday 16th December 2016. A big thanks to the team for their generosity.
Pacy and Wheatley Sponsor Doncaster Wheelers
"The club would like to thank the ongoing sponsorship and support from Ziniz and Don Valley Cycles for their continued support, also Parkinson Dental Cabinets for their recent sponsorship."
"For 2016 Parkinsons are stepping down to make way for a previous sponsor to return. We would like to welcome Pacy and Wheatley back as a sponsor and also welcome TLS, an events management company from Retford who are coming on board also to support the club."
Pacy and Wheatley visit Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice
A total of £4,081.93 has been raised, to which 25% Gift Aid will be added; which totals more than £922.23 extra in fundraising for Bluebell Wood. Mandy, a Corporate Fundraiser at Bluebell Wood, took us on a short tour of the building and we were introduced to some of the Care Team members, who work on a daily basis with children and young adults with life shortening conditions and complex medical needs.
Bluebell Wood has a very calming, friendly and fun-filled environment that gives children, along with their families and siblings, time to spend together at the toughest of times. The charity, which has to raise more than £3m a year to keep its doors open, is there to provide special memories for families. The building also has two end of life suites for families to stay together when their child has passed away. It made us realise the enormity of the task the Bluebell Wood undertakes each day. Mandy expressed her thanks on behalf of the children, their families, Bluebell Wood staff and volunteers for the efforts of each of the members of the 3 Peaks Challenge Team and to all of those who sponsored them. Again well done to ALL.
The Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge- £5000 and Rising!
To raise money for Bluebell Wood who provide care, respite & support to poorly children & their family and as a fun but challenging way for P&W staff and family to work as a team outside of our daily work lives. A total of 17 victims completed the challenge including a site engineer, accounts manager, project surveyors, labourer, chairman, cleaner, directors & site managers along with their family. The 25 mile walk comprised of the ascent and descent of the Yorkshire 3 Peaks from Pen-Y-Ghent, Whernside and last but certainly not least Ingleborough. We left Doncaster in a bus provided by P&W at 4am to arrive and start the walk at 7am. After a break for lunch we then tackled the last peak. P&W provided accommodation, food & drinks for all our fund raising. In return our team have so far raised over £5000 for Bluebell Wood with the total still rising.
Doncaster Rovers Football Club
Pacy and Wheatley were proud to be associated with the local club, Doncaster Rovers, offering sponsorship for a winning team. We were pleased to be chosen for the original fit of the Gymnasium and Leisure Complex and the Keepmoat Stadium continues to provide excellent facilities for corporate entertainment.
Doncaster Knights Rugby Club
Pacy and Wheatley supported the Doncaster Knights Rugby Football Club who, at the time, played in National Division One, having won promotion to that level in April 2005. That promotion was the eighth in fifteen seasons of league rugby, a unique achievement in English rugby. The club are based at Castle Park, off Armthorpe Road in Doncaster.
Beaver Sailing Club
Pacy and Wheatley sponsored the "Sail Training School" at Beaver Sailing club in West Yorkshire. Beaver has always been a pro active training provider for young people and we are especially pleased to be a partner in that. Our commitment assisted the club in the delivery of training for junior sailors across a wide ranging schedule. This included safety on the water, basic boat handling and honing youngsters for racing. The club's record with producing world class racing talent is excellent, so are we looking at future Olympic sailors in the making?
Doncaster Wheelers Cycling Club
Pacy and Wheatley maintained an active programme of charitable support and sponsored various projects in the local community. We sponsored the Doncaster Wheelers for a number of years. David Wheatley is an active member of the club which was formed in March 1926 with three founding members. In the present day the Doncaster Wheelers have a plentiful membership.