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Twickfest Tug of War - The ‘official’ start of the annual Twickenham Festival - Twickfest started on Friday 10th June with the traditional Tug of war competition. It began outside the Eel Pie pub at 6pm.  With lots of heaving, grunting, groaning, sweaty faces and blistered hands the festival was on it's way. Britannia Row supported the event by supplying the audio equipment and sound tech Nick Jackson who went along to oversee the event.  
Britannia Row supports Teenage Cancer Trust - For every young person with cancer Teenage Cancer Trust supports, there is another the charity cannot currently reach. Teenage Cancer Trust needs to raise at least £80 million in the next five years to help every young person with cancer in the UK have access to the specialist care they provide. Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall will continue to play a pivotal role in achieving this ambitious goal. In 16 years, over 200 artists will have performed ...
Britannia Row supports StageHand and Nordoff Robbins - Britannia Row has for many years supported two very important charities - StageHand and Nordoff Robbins.StageHand, formerly known as the PSA Welfare & Benevolent Fund, recently used its resources to help a PSA member during a period of convalescence from a serious illness.StageHand is registered with the UK Charity Commission in addition to the name ‘PSA Welfare & Benevolent Fund’, and donations can be made in either name. The charity is also registered with JustGiving.com, which allows the tax value ...
Britannia Row and the READY charity - Since the company moved to Twickenham in 2012, Britannia Row has picked up from where the previous occupier had left off and has been supporting the READY charity by allowing  the use of our car park as a match day car park on rugby tournament days, with all proceeds to the charity.The charity run the fundraising events, supplying volunteers who man the car park and make the collections on match days during tournaments such as the Rugby World Cup and ...