THE SEYMOURS RELAY LAUNCHED TO CELEBRATE MACMILLAN PARTNERSHIP
Thu 30 Oct 2014
Addlestone’s independent estate agent, Seymours, will be the first off the starting blocks on Friday 26 April following the launch of The Seymours Relay – a relay covering all of the estate agent’s Surrey-wide 12 offices in order to raise funds for Macmillan.
The event has been launched to celebrate its long-term partnership with the cancer care and support charity, which will now run for another 12 months. The award-winning agency has committed to raise £2,000.
Seymours’ directors, employees and family members will join forces and combine running and cycling to cover the 63 miles from start to finish. Passing the baton from office to office, The Relay will work its way through Addlestone, Weybridge and Woking before finishing in Guildford.
Anna Rowsell, Partner at the Addlestone office and one of the 18 Seymours directors taking part in the event, comments: “This is a fantastic opportunity to publicly reaffirm our support for the great work that Macmillan continues to do whilst raising funds for the charity. Many people have either had a direct or indirect experience of cancer and our event goes some way to help increase the level of care available to those affected. Our office network is now widespread so it’s a great challenge and we look forward to continue working with such a committed charity.”
Seymours has sponsored Macmillan since 2011 and has raised over £10,000 through a number of events including holding the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning and arranging Pimms tents at summer fayres throughout the county.
The estate agency, which celebrates its 21st birthday later this year, now hopes to make The Seymours Relay an annual event.
Helen Poursain, Surrey Fundraising Manager for Macmillan, adds: “As part of my job I get to see a wide array of events and fundraising activities however this is something that I haven’t seen before. We applaud Seymours for launching The Seymours Relay and wish them all the best in raising funds for Macmillan. Good luck, Seymours!”