Sapper Vs Gunners Charity Event raises £50,000 for Autism Research Trust and the Felix fund.

On the 6th July 2016 MMS were delighted to be invited to attend the ‘Sappers V Gunners’ Army charity boxing event organised by the 101 (City of London) Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal).

The event, that took place at Stamford Bridge, saw 400 guests entertained with 9 bouts of boxing alongside a 4 course meal and auction. The event was a huge success and raised a staggering £50,000 which beat their 2015 total of just over £41,000.

A special event organised to present the charities with the monies at Carver Barracks took place in February 2017 where Lieutenant Colonel Hawkins and Honorary Colonal Jools Holland, who is also a patron of the Autism Research Trust, were able to present each Charity with a staggering £25,000.

For further information on the charities supported

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Electrical Industries Charity Xmas Gala

On Saturday 10th December 2016 the MMS management team travelled to Birmingham to attend the annual Electrical Industries Charity Xmas Gala.

A fabulous evening was had by all and the event raised much needed funds for the amazing work they do. This year MMS were able to sponsor the cocktail bar as a further contribution to the charity.

For more information on who the Electrical Industries Charity are, how they can help or to read testimonies of the amazing work they do head over to


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Scott Pitchford, Matthew Burrage, Callum Thomas, Bob Jackson, Andrew Pitchford, Richard Barnett Keiron Thomas, Sally Morgan, Lisa Thurston, Lorna Childs, Beth Andrews, Mae Andrews, Leanne Gee, Barbara Peat, Mickie Marks, Wayne Macphee-Clough, Matthew Bishop, Luke Peat, David Lambert2016

MD to complete half marathon on 3rd April 2016

On the 3rd April 2016 our MD Andy Pitchford will be taking part in a Half Marathon.

Andy took up running in 2014 in order to raise money for The QMC Nottingham Children’s Intensive care unit, Ward E40 following a devastating accident involving 2 of his children. The first challenge he took on was a gruelling Half Marathon trilogy, which included PRAGUE – 5 APRIL 2014  DERBY – 8 JUNE 2014  and GLASGOW – 5 OCT 2014. Andy raised over £3300 for the cause and has since taken up running half marathons as a hobby!

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You can read more on Andy’s story and his reasons for supporting this charity on his just giving page

You can watch Andy passing the finish line in the video link below.