Witham Group Raises £8,000 for four charities at Fundraising Ball

Witham Group, a leading lubricant manufacturer with its Head Office in Lincoln, proudly announces its successful fundraising efforts, generating an impressive £8,000 for four deserving charities during its recent annual charity ball. 

The event, held in January at the Hilton Double Tree Hotel, brought together team members, customers, and suppliers in a collective effort to make a positive impact.  Witham Group’s commitment to supporting local communities was evident as attendees rallied together to support charitable causes, chosen for being close to the hearts of colleagues.

“We are thrilled to announce that our annual charity event was a tremendous success,” said Nigel R Bottom, Witham Group MD.  “This achievement is a testament to the generosity and dedication of our team members, partners, and supporters who have wholeheartedly contributed to these fantastic charities.”

The £8,000 raised has been equally distributed among the following four charities, each dedicated to making a difference in their respective areas of focus:

  • Lincolnshire Notts Air Ambulance
  • Teenage Cancer Trust
  • Help For Heroes
  • Lincolnshire Rural Support Network

Witham Group has been fundraising for charities and supporting local communities for many years now, and this latest event brings the total raised to £130,000 over the years.

For more information about Witham Group and its charitable efforts, please visit https://www.withamgroup.co.uk/community-support


  • Lincolnshire Notts Air Ambulance – LNAA is a charity providing pre-hospital critical care to people in Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire. The medical team respond to an average of 5 call outs a day and went to 1,630 incidents last year.  With no government or NHS funding, the LNAA relies on vital donations to keep flying – at a cost of £10m per year.
  • Teenage Cancer Trust – Every day, seven young people aged 13-24 hear the words “you have cancer”.   This charity funds specialist nurses, youth support teams and hospital units within the NHS to provide the very best care and support during treatment and beyond, making sure cancer doesn’t stop young people living their lives.
  • Help For Heroes – helps the Armed Forces community live well after service and helps people with their physical and mental health needs, and a range of welfare issues for as long as it takes.
  • Lincolnshire Rural Support Network – is a volunteer-led organisation that provides pastoral and practical support to farming, horticultural and rural people during periods of anxiety, health, and financial problems relating to their families and businesses.

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