NEWS & COMMUNITY
We know that what makes us different from our competitors is the people we employ, the values we hold and the operational ethos that comes from having business roots in East Anglia, going back almost 200 years. In this section we wish to share some of the stories that define who we are; not just new joiners and company developments but also our role in the local community. We are pleased to support local sports teams, arts projects, wildlife associations, charities, colleges and schools, some with financial sponsorship but for most, donating materials for worthwhile projects as diverse as village signs, bunk beds for the homeless and bricks for Colchester’s Roman Circus.
Collier & Catchpole was happy to sponsor its Finance Director Kevin Sturdy in the “Big Sleep Out”. Kevin, who is a member ofThe Rotary Club of Colchester Forum, stepped up to the challenge.read more
Collier & Catchpole in Ipswich is one of many local businesses which have donated materials and/or services to The Bus Shelter Ipswich project.read more
At the beginning of April, a new outdoor learning environment for students at the Colchester Institute Colchester campus started to take shape.read more
Andrew Bullard has joined builders’ merchant, Collier & Catchpole, bringing with him over 29 years’ timber experience.read more
MD, Tim Rowbottom talks to the BMJ (Builders Merchants Journal) in its NBG, (National Buying Group) supplement.read more
New joiners: Ray Hughes and Kelly Williams step up Internal Sales at Collier & Catchpole, Colchester.
Catchpole in Colchester has started 2017 on a high with the addition of Kelly Williams and Ray Hughes to the Internal Sales team. The experienced pair of recruits join from Kent Blaxill.read more
Supporting the local community and investing particularly in young people just makes sense.read more