Posted by Steph Lella, on March 15, 2017.
We’re really excited about the launch of our new Online Brochure! The brochure has been created to give an overview of The Hawkins Group, who we are and what we do as a company. In the brochure, you’ll find details of our history from where we began in 1978, right up to the company we’ve grown into today. […]Read more
Posted by Steph Lella, on March 6, 2017.
We are pleased to announce the promotion of Ian Crofts to Financial Director for the Hawkins Group as of 1st April 2017. Ian joined the group in August 2012, and in his time here as Financial Controller has been invaluable in helping bring Hawkins up to date on the latest software and processes in our […]Read more
Posted by Steph Lella, on February 9, 2017.
Last month Hawkins sponsored the Banbury and District Table Tennis Association Top 12 Tournament The Top Twelve Table Tennis competition was initiated 35 years ago with only the best 12 players in the League being invited to compete. The competitors are split into 2 groups of 6 players who play each other once in a […]Read more
Posted by Steph Lella, on January 17, 2017.
One of our highly valued roofing supervisors, Richard Marshall (Noshie), who has worked with us for many years is taking on the 100km Thames Path Challenge for the second year in a row. Last year Nosh (less a few toe nails) completed the walk just outside 24 hours and raised £900 for Children with Cancer […]Read more
Posted by Steph Lella, on January 9, 2017.
Hawkins Group of Companies currently sponsor Easington sports 1st team football kit. We were approached by the Easington Sports management team to construct a new mini grandstand with a capacity for 50 seats as part of a current ground improvement initiative being carried out. We were happy to assist in anyway we could and made […]Read more
Posted by Steph Lella, on December 21, 2016.
We’re really excited to announce that we’ll be the headline sponsor for the ‘Brick Wonders’ exhibition at Banbury Museum. The exhibition will showcase the Seven Wonders of the World built in LEGO® bricks; plus another 7 ancient, 7 modern and 7 natural. The Exhibition will open on Saturday 16th September 2017 and run until 18th […]Read more
Posted by Steph Lella, on December 14, 2016.
Last weekend our Style Acre boys Glen and Ollie were kindly invited by Will and Nell Norton of Manor Farm in Napton to go and spend a day experiencing farm life and all of the jobs involved in running a successful farm. Glen and Ollie had a fantastic time meeting the pigs, sheep and chickens […]Read more
Posted by Steph Lella, on February 4, 2016.
In January, our Luisa Capella attended the opening of Style Acre’s new social enterprise – The Little Bookshop in Butchers Row, Banbury. Luisa was so proud to see that The Little Bookshop’s shelves were completely full with the wonderful books that she, and all of the staff at Hawkins Group had kindly donated to the […]Read more
Posted by Steph Lella, on October 16, 2015.
One of our highly valued roofing supervisors, Richard Marshall (Noshie), who worked with us for many years and you may know personally is taking on the 100km Thames Path Challenge. Over the weekend of 10/11th September 2016, he will follow England’s greatest river – which meanders from its source in the Cotswolds and on […]Read more
Posted by Steph Lella, on September 1, 2015.
As a community focused business, we at Hawkins often help our Banbury community. Currently we support Style Acre by providing long term work experience for two young adults, Glenn & Ollie, who both have learning disabilities (Downs Syndrome). They both come in (on time) every week without fail and carry out office and reception duties. […]Read more
Posted by Steph Lella, on August 13, 2015.
The Banbury phonebox library sits outside St John’s RC Church and was the idea of an anonymous person last year to help spread the love of reading across the town. It was well received by residents living in Banbury before telecommunications giant BT served it an eviction notice. But the ending was a happy one […]Read more
Posted by Steph Lella, on February 25, 2015.
The traditional red kiosk in South Bar, Banbury, Oxfordshire, was converted into the informal book exchange last summer after locals put up a set of shelves for around 40 tomes. But now a notice has gone up from the telecoms giant warning that the library must be removed as it was worried it could injure someone. […]Read more