At the start of the year our founder attended a talk by Ron Overton, founder of Implement UK, highlighting the important work charities do, from helping vulnerable children to providing services for those who need it most, whilst playing an intrinsic role in the functioning of any caring and supporting community or society. It’s not always possible to give, but if and when the opportunity arises and you are in a position to do so, it can be rewarding helping those in need.
At Bucks Star Beer we realise the importance of charities and therefore do our best to accommodate and help raise awareness around some of the local organisations making a difference in our community. Last year we partnered with both Harry’s Rainbow and then MK SNAP, hosting a number of outdoor events at our newly established Brewery Tap House in the Stonebridge industrial estate bordering Wolverton. Harry’s Rainbow supports bereaved children and their families in Milton Keynes and surrounding areas whilst MK SNAP transforms the lives of adults with learning difficulties through a host of activities provided at their centre in Walnut Tree.
On 21st February our founder will be one of a group of individuals participating in a charity jail-break, hosted at the Brewery Tap House. The event aims to raise money for another local charity called Samuel’s Charity who support both children and young people with serious or terminal illness, both in hospitals and at home. Please contact us if you’d like any more details about these charities or if you would like to participate.