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Christmas Roundup

Welcome to the NFS Christmas roundup.

As the year draws to a close, we would like to remind you of our Christmas shut down period:

Our last working day is Thursday 21st December 2017, open for business again on Wednesday 3rd January 2018.

We would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to our employees for all their hard work during another busy year.

And to our clients and suppliers, thank you for your continued support.

Sadly, we recently lost a long standing valuable member of our team, Tink Beagley.

Tink worked for us for 21 years, joining in 1996 first at Wilky, and then moving across to Neil Foundations in 2007.

He was a kindhearted, loyal, gentle man who took great pride in his work.

He is well remembered within the company, and by our customers.

He will be greatly missed.

In memory of Tink and the wishes of his family, we have decided to split our charity donations this year between Diabetes UK, and several smaller local charities.

2017 took us to a diverse range of sites, from country parks by the sea, to treacherous sea cliffs, and from Oceans 11 movie star homes, to shark-infested houses!

Neil managed to squeeze in the time to complete the London Marathon.

And you all helped to raise a fantastic amount of money for the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice.

We have continued with the rolling replacement of our piling rigs, with the addition of the bespoke B15000 which was designed and built by our very own workshop wizard Barry, as we were unable to find an off the shelf rig that suited our requirements.

The rig is a restricted access machine with an on board engine, reducing the amount of space for kit required on site.

We are also replacing our current SR30 with a new lighter and more powerful SR30 Evo, due to be delivered to us in early January.

All that’s left is to wish you all a relaxing christmas and a fantastic new year. See you all in 2018!