A CHORLEY-based company that has worked for the TV show Hell’s Kitchen is preparing for its latest challenge – the Rainbow Ramble.
The event is for Mawdesley-based Legacy Rainbow House, which supports disabled children’s charity.
Now a 14-strong team of staff, friends and family members from S&S Northern in Coppull has started training for the fundraiser on April 2.
They decided to take part after the company’s directors, husband and wife Steve and Sue McMahon heard about the invaluable work the charity carries out. S&S Northern is a family business, started in Chorley 16 years ago.
The company has recently installed gas safety systems at Lancashire Cricket Club, Blackpool Airport and the House of Lords.
Steve said: “We feel it’s important to get involved with local charities and try to look after people on our own doorstep. We hope to support The Legacy Rainbow House long-term with other fundraising events.”
Louise Ross from Legacy Rainbow House said: “We are delighted that S&S have decided to enter a team into the Rainbow Ramble and thank the company for their fabulous support.”
For more information, visit www.thelegacy-rainbowhouse.com or call The Legacy on 01704 823276 for an entry form by post.