DBS director Julie Priestley celebrated her birthday this weekend with an action-packed charity race at the Lincolnshire Showground. Julie took part in the Inflatable Colour Dash – a five-kilometre race where participants climb, clamber and crawl their way through a course of inflatable obstacles while being blasted with a variety of brightly coloured paints along the way. The event raises much needed funds for St. Barnabas Hospice, a leading Lincolnshire charity which provides palliative and end-of life care to adults living with life-limiting or terminal illnesses. “I took part in the race with my friends Trish and Di and we chose the team name Charlie’s Angels. We had a really fun time raising money for a wonderful cause and would like to thank everyone who has sponsored us. We have raised £143 offline and £40 online so far” explained Julie. Donations are still open and can be made through Julie’s JustGiving page here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/lincolncolourdash2018.
Members of the DBS team will be attending and exhibiting at the Nicholson’s Small Business Conference this Thursday, 8th March. Held at the Drill Hall in Lincoln, from 8am to 12 noon, Julie Priestley and Matt Rayner will join over 90 delegates in attendance to hear from expert speakers and take part in networking opportunities.