The Prom must go on!

With so many cancellations and re-scheduled events the past 18 months,  Chambers was more than happy to support the recent 2021 PromFest in celebration of the Year 11 leavers at Gosden House School in Bramley, Surrey.

By providing the Portaloo facilities free of charge for the event Chambers was able to play a small part in delivering this special occasion for the school-leavers.

The team at Chambers wish all the students the very best of luck in the future!

Supporting Children with Cancer

On Saturday 26th June, Julie Cashell along with support from Andrew Vicary will be running the entire width of Wales, non-stop in one day, a total distance of 52 + miles and a total ascent of 5,000ft. Julie is running in aid of two children cancer support charities –  Noah’s Ark and LATCH based at the Heath Hospital Cardiff. These charities provide excellent support, help and advice to children and their families affected by life threatening cancer.

The run takes Julie from the England/Wales border at Anchor to the West Coastal town of Borth, over mountains, through valleys, over rivers and eventually ends on our beautiful West coast of Wales.

Thanks to a team of volunteers lead by Zoe Vicary who have knitted and sold multiple copies of their mascot Dewi The Dragon, they are currently very close to the original target of £5,000.

The Chambers team support Julie’s efforts and commend her courage and strength on this incredible challenge.

If you’d like to support Julie please click on the link and donate, every little helps.


Illegal fly-tipping cleared from local Scout Hut

Following a recent illegal fly-tipping incident at the Peaslake and Shere Scout Hut Chambers stepped in to remove the hazardous waste free of charge. Sadly this is an all too common occurrence across the Surrey and Hampshire countryside and one that blights the landscape and causes untold issues for residents, business and wildlife alike.

The hazardous containers were dumped behind the scout hut, an area normally reserved for building campfires and outdoor activities for the children. Sarah Egerton from the Peaslake and Shere Scout Hut said ‘we are grateful to Chambers for removing the containers free of charge. As a charity we do not have the funds to deal with these types of issues, it is a terrible shame that somebody would feel it necessary to dump their rubbish in a place designed for children to play and explore’. Following a number of quotes from local disposal companies Chambers stepped in to offer its services free of charge, being more than happy to help on this occasion.

Chambers is heavily invested in the local community in Surrey and Hampshire and the surrounding areas wherever possible will support local businesses and charities to preserve the environment for generations to come.