Cambridge Circuit Company to ‘Bridge The Gap’

Cambridge Circuit Company to ‘Bridge The Gap’

Our Directors, Mark and Guy, will be taking part in this years’ Bridge The Gap walk around some of Cambridge’s most prestigious and beautiful colleges to raise funds for two vital local charities – Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and Romsey Mill.

Taking place on Sunday September 10, Mark and Guy, along with their wives and children, will take part in Bridge The Gap which follows a route around Downing, Corpus Christi, St Catharine’s, St John’s, Jesus, Christ’s and Emmanuel Colleges.

Mark said: “Taking part in Bridge The Gap is the perfect way to celebrate all that our great city of Cambridge has to offer while supporting charities too. As a trusted and long-standing Cambridge family business, and as a key supplier in the Cambridge technology sector, we feel it’s important to raise awareness and funds of vital local charities and are delighted to help this year.”

Guy added: “Many of our customers have links to Cambridge University, so taking part in Bridge The Gap further strengthens those relationships. Our speciality at Cambridge Circuit Company is fast-turnaround prototype PCBs, so spending quality time with our families for Bridge The Gap will be a great way to relax away from our time pressured working environment. Mark and I also want to encourage our children to be aware of the importance of supporting those in need and Bridge The Gap is the perfect way to do this.”

Bridge The Gap will start from Parker’s Piece, with the first tranche of walkers setting off at 9.30am and the last by 10.30am, providing early or slightly later risers the ability to enjoy the circular wheelchair and pushchair friendly route which covers a distance of around five miles. Walkers returning to Parker’s Piece will be able to enjoy refreshments, cakes in the Tea Tent, and entertainment from Waterbeach Brass Band and others.

If you’ve been inspired by Mark and Guy to take part then visit the Bridge The Gap website

2018-09-18T09:31:10+00:00July 17th, 2017|Team|