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Cudis Give Back to Community Causes
Cudis Make a Wish Bake Sale

Teams of colleagues from Bury-based Cudis and its founder company Rowe Hankins Ltd have been busy raising money for local sports teams and charities in a joint effort to give back to the community that has supported its past growth and success.

The caring colleagues have raised over £400 so far with many more activities due to be completed. This includes a bake sale for the Make a Wish Foundation, completing a 5k run for Francis House Children’s Hospice in Manchester, providing youngsters with a new football kit, and sponsoring Bury FC for the 2014/15 season.

Mike Hankins, Managing Director of Rowe Hankins and Cudis, commented: “It’s been a fantastic year so far for Rowe Hankins and Cudis, I am incredibly proud of all of our colleagues who have worked so hard to support these worthwhile causes.”

Emma Siddle, Fundraising Officer at St Francis House, said: “The children, young people and families who use Francis House are dependent on the generosity of people from all across the North West. We are therefore very grateful to the team at Rowe Hankins and Cudis for taking on the challenge of the Colour Me Rad 5k, and their time and effort in raising money for family and friends.

“Francis House has recently doubled in size with a seven bedroom extension for teenagers and young adults with life-limiting conditions, giving them a place to relax and spend time with their friends in a safe comfortable environment”.

Both Rowe Hankins and Cudis have been honoured by nominations from the Made in Bury Business Awards in the local community which recognise its innovative products; namely the CPN Lumo Illuminated Consumer Unit which features an in-built LED which is particularly valuable to the elderly or visually impaired who would otherwise need to rely on finding a torch when resetting a breaker switch. This is especially pertinent in properties where a replacement consumer unit needs to be fitted in a restricted location, such as under the stairs.

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