Page 16 - Redbrik: Lifestyle Magazine Autumn and Winter 2018
P. 16

1,400 SIGN-UPS
Redbrik has bolstered its
team with the appointment of George Gordon and Charlotte Leviers.
George Gordon, 27, previously worked as a Valuer at Redbrik between 2013 and 2016 and has returned to the company to join the growing New Homes team as Sales Manager.
In addition, Charlotte
Leivers has joined Redbrik
as a negotiator in our busy Chesterfield Lettings offce where she will provide support to landlords and tenants throughout the region.
Mark Ross, Director at
Redbrik, said: “George really understands and embodies the Redbrik ethos, so I’m looking forward to working closely with him as we further develop our New Homes business.
“It is an absolute pleasure to welcome him back to Redbrik – he’s jumped straight into his new role and has picked things up so quickly. It’s as if he never left!”
Peter Lee, Director at Redbrik, added: “It’s a pleasure to welcome Charlotte to the lettings team where she will help us expand this rapidly growing area of the business.
“Charlotte has fantastic communication skills and
a great deal of enthusiasm
for lettings, which will be an absolute asset for our landlords and tenants alike.”
Event organisers, sponsors and charity partners have been ‘overwhelmed’ by support for the 2018 Redbrik Chesterfield Half Marathon – which
is set to become one of the region’s biggest-ever mass participation events after more than 1,400 people signed up to take part.
Following a sign-up total of around 800 in its inaugural outing in 2017 a four-figure turnout is expected across the event’s three main elements – the biggest entry seen in advance of a Chesterfield Half Marathon.
This year’s event will include three separate challenges – the 13.1-mile Half Marathon, the Peak FM Five
Mile Run and Blachford Fun Run. Also open for entries is the team-focused Pronto Paints Wellbeing Challenge, with its £80 entry fee including two entries into each challenge on event day.
The event will be held in aid of multiple good causes, including charity partners Ashgate Hospicecare and Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. Last year’s Half Marathon raised more than £50,000 for charity, with event organisers hopeful of beating that figure in 2018.
John Timms, Event Director at Redbrik Chesterfield Half Marathon, said: “We’re delighted to have achieved
a four-figure sign-up total for the Half Marathon event day and we’ve been overwhelmed by the support for this year’s event.
“It’ll also be great to see volunteers turn out in large numbers to support the event and our fantastic charity partners. Event marshals played a huge part in the success of the 2017 Redbrik Chesterfield Half Marathon and will no doubt provide more crucial support this year.”
  Members of our Chesterfield offie iciled in memorc of former iolleeauee,
ea d

   14   15   16   17   18