At Steven Eagell Toyota, we actively support the local communities we serve - from charities to Premier League football teams, support groups working with young people, to grassroots sports clubs.
We also regularly join our customers and guests at our branches to raise funds for many good causes, including participating in the annual Macmillan Coffee Morning. In March 2015, our customers and guests helped us raise over £35,000 for Red Nose Day, through a series of fundraising activities for local good causes.
You can find the details of some of our other community partners and organisations we support across Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire, listed below.
Based in Potters Bar and overseen by Nottingham Forest and England U21 international Henri Lansbury with his friendly team of coaches, the school's mission is to not only develop ability and increase participation of football, but most importantly for attendees to have fun.
In January 2012, Henri Lansbury Soccer School was founded and on April 2nd 2012 its first holiday camp was launched.
With the initial success of the camp, Henri and his team decided to initiate a long term plan of providing football coaching in its local community of Potters Bar.
To get involved, visit www.hlsoccerschool.co.uk
We drove the final relay from Aylesbury to Hedsor House on Saturday 17th October in a fleet of hybrid cars badged up with PACE details for all to see.
The flag was then flown from the balcony of the bridal suite and we popped a bottle of bubbly to celebrate the week long journey to all corners of the local area.
To find out more about the work of PACE and see how you can get involved, visit: http://www.paceflagrelay.org/