Ireland's Electrical Magazine 91 June-July


Dowds Group recently held a Fun Day and Cycling Bonanza to raise vital funds for Cure Leukaemia. An enjoyable day was had by all, and activities included trying out E-Bikes, tandem relay races, face painting, bouncy castles and ice cream. Cure Leukaemia is a cause that sits close to home with Client Development Manager, Niall McCamphill who set off on Friday, 24 June to take part in the Tour21 cycle in France. Alongside a team of 19 riders, Niall will take on all 21 gruelling stages and 3,500km – one of the world’s most gruelling sporting challenges. An impressive £3,000 was raised thanks to everyone’s generosity and support. The money raised will be directly invested into the national Trails Acceleration Programme (TAP) network which Cure Leukaemia has been funding since January 2020. To learn more about Niall’s fundraising campaign and to donate to the worthy cause go to: fundraising/niall-mccamphill Dowds Group host fun day to support Cure Leukaemia

AWEBB members skill up on customer service workshop

AWEBB members from Northern Ireland gathered at

its collective strength as a tool to negotiate the best possible deal for its members. This usually revolves around price but AWEBB also works hard to ensure members remain at the forefront of new and emerging technologies and best practice, enabling members to be quick off the mark when new products are brought to market. If you’d like to find out more about AWEBB membership and their

Ansell Lighting’s impressive Belfast head office site for an informative Customer Excellence workshop with Barry Hall, Learning and Development Manager, AWEBB Lead Academy. They left the workshop with the tools and skills to be able to provide exceptional customer service, which is what it’s all about! The AWEBB Lead Academy is a unique benefit to the AWEBB membership, offering excellent and professional training. A primary function of the AWEBB buying group is to use

Dowds Group employee, Niall McCamphill is taking part in the Tour21 cycle in France raising funds for Cure Leukaemia Photo credit: Angela Cunning Photography

Lead Academy, contact or

call 0292 240 2443 or visit their website for more information

Charity hike in memory of Derek Thompson

In memory of much-loved friend and colleague Derek Thompson, the staff of ETT & SparkSafe LtP will be participating in two charity hikes in the Mourne Mountains to raise funds for the Macmillan Cancer Unit. The unit, located on the Antrim Area Hospital site, is an inpatient unit providing accommodation to patients with complex specialist palliative care needs. Family, friends and colleagues will set off on 2 July to climb Doan Mountain with the second walk will taking place on 3 September hiking up

Slieve Commedagh via the Brandy Pad. An avid hiker, Derek loved climbing through the Mourne Mountains and in his final year, he made it up twice. Once before his surgery and once after. Wonderful memories were made during these hikes and in his memory the exact two routes will be climbed to raise funds for Macmillan. If you would like to, you can donate through the GoFundMe page for this very worthy cause at: of-derek-thompson



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