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Community / Charity

We actively support community programmes including training and development initiatives, education projects and local and national charities.

In addition to traditional full time apprenticeships, each year we offer a number of school placements.

For over twenty years we have been heavily involved with the Enfield Point to Point Meeting which is held annually on the 1st May Bank Holiday at Northaw.


Charity News 2023/24

Newlands continues to support various charitable organizations throughout 2023/24, below are some examples of what staff have been up to:


With Pauls love of skiing, his two main charities are Back up and Snow Camp.

Since 2001 we have been involved with The Back-Up Trust – a charity that encourages people with spinal cord injuries to participate in active personal challenges such as Skiing in order to help build confidence, motivation and independence following a life changing injury.

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Since 2018 we have been involved with Snow Camp, a charity that engages young people through skiing and snowboarding to provide life skills training and mental health support, while enabling them to gain qualifications and employment in the Snowsports industry and beyond.

We have now sponsored 3 teenagers Jack, Deenah & Paris who have all been on a journey from rarely having left their inner city environment to completing the full Snow Camp training course.

Typically, the young people who are supported in this way then stay actively involved as volunteers in snow camps Youth Forum, or go on to apply to become one of their 5 snow sports apprentices each year.

Click here to read Paris' Story

In 2020 Paul’s wife Carol joined the development committee and has now organized 3 Snow Camps Charity Golf days which the company has supported and participated in.

Ukrainian Host : With the dreadful events in Ukraine, Paul is hosting a family from Kiev. They arrived in July 2022 and the young daughter is now enrolled in the local school and the family have settled in well.

Isabel Hospice: Paul & Carol helped out with a charity walk in May and In January collected Christmas trees with the help of their eldest son James.


Andrew felt particularly strong about helping the local communities in Potters Bar during the recent pandemic and over Christmas and wanted to reach out to those charities who helped those in need either financially or with food parcels.

He spent time at the local food bank and took time to listen to their frustrations and the challenges they were facing on a daily basis when trying to help the families of Potters Bar. Andrew also helped out the Local Community Church and the Hart and Parker Trust.



Newlands have supported the following charities throughout the years:

The Backup Trust
Snow Camp (Jack's Story)
Isobel Hospice
Macmillan Cancer Support
Willow Foundation
Action Medical Research
Red Cross Nepal
St. Johns Ambulance
Stevenage Haven
Meningitis Now


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