Norwich Crown Point Depot win Taylor Woodrow’s 100 Years of Giving Award

The 100 Years of Giving award recognises the fantastic efforts being made across the business to give back to the community through the time and investment that is devoted to charity, fundraising and supporting local communities.

Congratulations to the Norwich Crown Point Depot team, who have been selected as the winners in this month’s prize draw. The team have successfully walked the distance from Lands End to John O'Groats. This is an incredible 1,712,832 steps and 811 miles. The most steps were completed by Andy Hume, who completed a total of 273,348 steps during the challenge in February, contributing 129 out of the total 811 miles.

The team consisted of: Louis Harwood, Andy Hume, Samantha Blackman, Daniel Golea, Jacob Handford, Josh Goodburn, Mark Freeman, Samantha Dale, Louise Taylor, James Cooper, Daniel Shaw and Dave Shaw.

The Norwich team have received a gift voucher and £500 charity donation, which they have chosen to support Norfolk and Waveney Mind with. The team has raised an amazing £345 so far. Their JustGiving page will be open till September, you can donate here:

Well done to the Norwich Crown Point Depot team!