Articles tagged with 'charity' | BT plc

BT plc - Archive (charity)

2018
21
March
2018
| 15:33 Europe/Amsterdam
BT staff in the West Midlands - and around the UK - are once again gearing up to do their bit for Sport Relief. Staff at the company's offices in West Bromwich are transforming the call centre into a pledge centre for the night, with colleagues doing...
Read more
16
January
2018
| 13:21 Europe/Amsterdam
BT workers are re-creating the magic of the Olympic torch relay for Sport Relief – with a bit of a twist. West Midlands staff, including some in Birmingham, Burton-on-Trent, Coventry, Stoke, Telford and Wolverhampton, are teaming up with colleagues f...
Read more
2017
20
September
2017
| 17:30 Europe/Amsterdam
BT colleagues from around the UK aim to raise tens of thousands of pounds for Stand Up To Cancer - by trekking around 100 miles or cycling 175 miles....
Read more
20
September
2017
| 17:29 Europe/Amsterdam
Major 175-mile cycle ride and 100-mile hiking challenges involving West Midlands workers will raise funds for Stand Up To Cancer....
Read more
16
May
2017
| 10:44 Europe/Amsterdam
A Coventry-based broadband engineer, from Northampton, is swapping the information superhighway for the hills of Yorkshire – but it’s all for a great cause. Damian Woolliscroft, who works for Openreach, is taking part in a gruelling 100 kilometre tre...
Read more
10
March
2017
| 15:41 Europe/Amsterdam
Staff at two BT offices in Shropshire are getting red-y to do their bit for Comic Relief on March 24. For only the second time ever, BT staff in Shrewsbury will be manning the phones on Comic Relief night, while, across the county at BT’s communicati...
Read more
25
January
2017
| 17:21 Europe/Amsterdam
BT's John Coffey and Jon Remeika swapped their laptops for brooms to turn their passion for running to good use - with help from gold medal Paralympian Jonnie Peacock. The pair took part in the first of a series of events designed to combine keeping ...
Read more
25
January
2017
| 17:14 Europe/Amsterdam
Who said keeping fit was rubbish? Coventry BT workers Dean Wilkes and Jon Remeika don’t think so! They swapped their laptops for brooms to turn their passion for running to good use - with help from gold medal Paralympian Jonnie Peacock. The pair too...
Read more
25
January
2017
| 17:01 Europe/Amsterdam
Who said keeping fit was rubbish? BT worker Jo Orton, from Sutton Coldfield, doesn’t think so! She swapped her laptop for a broom to turn her passion for running to good use - with help from gold medal Paralympian Jonnie Peacock. Jo took part in the ...
Read more
25
January
2017
| 16:53 Europe/Amsterdam
Who said keeping fit was rubbish? Birmingham BT workers Paul Rooney, Sam Allen, Wai Hung Yau and Adam Ellis don’t think so! They swapped laptops for brooms to turn their passion for running to good use - with help from gold medal Paralympian Jonnie P...
Read more
25
January
2017
| 16:45 Europe/Amsterdam
Who said keeping fit was rubbish? Walsall BT workers Jo Orton and Wai Hung Yau don’t think so! They swapped laptops for brooms and rakes to turn their passion for running to good use - with help from gold medal Paralympian Jonnie Peacock. The pair to...
Read more
23
January
2017
| 17:46 Europe/Amsterdam
Gold medallist Jonnie Peacock swaps running track for community garden to help Balsall Heath flourish with volunteers from BT. Tomorrow's Birmingham event kicks of UK-wide partnership between BT and GoodGym....
Read more
2016
09
November
2016
| 09:48 Europe/Amsterdam
From Solihull to Greater Manchester via the Peak District - BT employees countdown to 170-mile charity challenge....
Read more