Interior fit-out and refurbishment specialist, Willmott Dixon Interiors has pledged £1,500 to the Midlands branch of the Office Agents Society (OAS), supporting a team undertaking the autumn Wolf Run.
The sponsorship will go towards the OAS’s chosen charity, Moseley-based NICE, Centre for Movement Disorders and forms a significant contribution towards the society’s fundraising target of £8,000 in 2018.
A 15-strong team – including Willmott Dixon Interiors’ senior project surveyor, Jamie Brannigan – will undertake the gruelling Wolf Run course at Welsh Road Farm in Warwickshire, taking in ancient woodland, deep water crossings, mud, and obstacles on the 10k route.
One of the UK’s largest specialists in high quality interior fit out and refurbishment, Willmott Dixon Interiors’ work includes brand rollouts and refreshes as well as property fit-outs and refurbishments. With an existing portfolio of projects completed for high-profile cuctomers, Willmott Dixon Interiors has recently extended its service to the Midlands, opening a new office at Two Snowhill in Birmingham city centre.
Tom McEvoy, Willmott Dixon Interiors, said: “Our pledge to the OAS team is a great way for us to show our commitment to supporting both the local real estate market and make a contribution to an exceedingly worthwhile charity.” A national organisation that represents the interests of office agents across the UK, the OAS brings its members together on both social and professional levels to build strong regional networks.
The Midlands branch of the organisation has supported national charity NICE for several years, raising money through an annual programme of charity events. Midlands OAS member and Wolf Run team organiser Cameron Thomson, said: “NICE is a charity that does exceptional work with both children and adults who have a range of neurological movement disorders.
“Last year we raised our highest amount ever and through Willmott Dixon Interiors’ sponsorship, we’re hoping to smash our target and make 2018 another record-breaking year for the Midlands OAS.”