Squadkit is a unique British brand dedicated to providing high performance sportswear for the next generation. They share a passion for sports and for the sporting lifestyle. They aim to help every athlete, at every level and in any sport achieve their own peak performance.
Schoolblazer is the leading supplier of high-quality uniform and performance driven sportswear to the UK’s most prestigious schools. Their garments are worn with pride across the country. The uniforms are designed by some of the UK’s leading garment experts.
Rob Leather Physiotherapy is a recognised physiotherapy provider for numerous private medical insurance programmes. Rob Leather is registered with the Health Professions Council, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine and the Acupuncture Association for Chartered Physiotherapists.
Howzat Travel is the UK’s number one England Cricket Supporters’ Tour Operator. Ian Kerr is the founder of Howzat Travel and has clocked up more air miles than the average person through watching England play cricket all over the world. Ian had the idea to start Howzat Travel after travelling to South Africa to watch England’s Test Series in the winter of 2004. Building the team around him, the business grew and Ian was able to quit his banking business development job in 2007 to manage Howzat Travel full time.
OSTC Foreign Exchange was established in 2012 in order to deal with the uncertainty surrounding the volatile currency markets. Whilst banks are often big, expensive and unresponsive to your individual requirements, OSTC Foreign Exchange offers specialised foreign exchange services with a personal touch.
Visiting your high street bank may mean you’re not offered the expertise and latest market information to get the most competitive exchange rates, while also having them watch the market on your behalf. With OSTC Foreign Exchange, you’ll have a dedicated broker who’ll assist you from start to finish, along with keeping you up to date with any relevant market developments.
When Myfanwy Townsend (or Miff, as everybody knew her) died from melanoma in 1999, her family set up the Myfanwy Townsend Melanoma Research Fund to help prevent this terrible loss happening to others.
Since then, fuelled by the driving force that is Myfanwy’s husband Harry Townsend, the charity has gone on (to date) to raise over £400,000 in donations, from the charity’s loyal supporters and from his own incredible endeavours.