The PLOD: Howes Percival receives Hi-Viz contribution from Davidsons Homes

This month sees a generous donation for two Howes Percival staff teams taking part in the 3rd July Rutland Round PLOD, a 20-mile midnight walk for charity – of high visibility jackets.

James Burnham, Land Director of business client Davidsons Developments Limited of Ibstock, a heavyweight Midlands region quality house builder, has kindly donated high visibility jackets for two of four Howes Percival teams to wear during the PLOD challenge so that they are visible and safe. High visibility jackets and head torches are essential items for challenge participants who will walk across Rutland County in the dark.

James Burnham commented:

“We are delighted to support Howes Percival’s lawyer team in their local charity efforts, so much so, that Tom Renwick, a graduate Land Manager from Davidsons has decided to join their adventure and take part in the 20-mile endurance walk alongside them. Good luck to all the PLOD entrants.”

The PLOD challenge is raising charity for Action Medical Research www.action.org.uk and each one of the four Howes Percival teams has committed to raise important sponsorship money to support the cause.