Staff from LTC Group87 and LTC Training Services dressed up in fancy dress for Halloween ( for some it may have been their normal clothing!!!) They also baked and sold cakes to staff and candidates on training courses.

The Deaf Academy Charity Contractors Sign Board

LTC has taken part in the charity signboard appeal. Midas Construction have set up a contractors sign board facing the roundabout on Douglas Avenue, this is to allow sub contractors and suppliers to display their branding. All they have asked for in return is to donate to the Deaf Academy charity by using the just giving set up.


LTC subsidiary companies LTC Powered Access and LTC Specialist Scaffolding have sponsored Whendron FC by paying for advertising boards on the pitch surrounds.

Mayflower Forest Appeal

LTC are delighted to donate and take part in the Mayflower Forest appeal to transform Marsh Mills Roundabout for generations.
As hard working volunteers of Plymouth’s Construction Industry, an appeal has now launched a crowdfunding campaign to build the ‘Mayflower Forest’ as part of our community engagement efforts towards a lasting legacy for Mayflower400.

The Road to Mayflower team, plan to deliver a new landscape design to revitalise Marsh Mills Roundabout as a green gateway transforming the visitors’ arrival experience as well as delivering significant environmental benefits.

Marsh Mills Roundabout will become the ‘Jewel in the Crown’ project for The Road to Mayflower and for the residents of the city.

The volunteering design team, led by construction experts at AECOM, AWW and YGS Landscapes, will create a simple yet sophisticated landscape design to revitalise the roundabout in order to improve the welcome and departure experience on the main gateway to the City of Plymouth, and to leave a lasting legacy for 2020.

The design will focus on creating an urban forest of silver birch trees and using local stone to create an artistic dry river bed – directly relating to the Native Americans using birch to make canoes and shelters. The proposal is to use as much of the pre-existing scheme as possible, and plant over 1000 trees.

Cullompton RFC

LTC depot in Cullompton have sponsored their local Rugby club . Cullompton RFC who’s first team play in the Tribute Western Counties West league also have Ladies, Colts and Junior sides.

LTC Donate Signed Argyle Shirt To Charity Auction

LTC have donated a signed Argyle shirt for a charity auction. The auction raised £2332.59.

Team LTC Mufti Charity Week

The LTC team at Wixenford Depot have been enjoying the weather at work and raising money for Cancer Research UK.

LTC Donate new kitchen to local community football club

LTC have come to Elburton Villa’s rescue by donating a new portable kitchen unit fully equipped with cookers, grills, preparation areas etc. Villa’s old kitchen had been refurbished many times but this time was beyond repair so LTC stepped in and donated the unit to the club. The club have now taken the opportunity to redesign the layout and thanks to other kind local companies they have a new covered seating/standing area outside the kitchen.

LTC Team Finish the 280 mile Journey

LTC’s Mike Burr (Managing Director) Rob Wills (Director) and Richard Whitehouse (Advanced Scaffolder) completed their 280 mile ride from Oxford Utd’s ground to Home Park via Reading, Bournemouth, Southampton, Yeovil Town, Exeter City and Torquay United for the Pedal 4 Pounds event.

Well done to all those who took part. The total raised by the LTC team towards the charities was £3684.


The 2016 LTC team which consisted of Trevor Chinn (Chairman) Mike Burr (Managing Director) & Luke Bowditch ( Surveyor/Estimator) raised £4209 for the 3 charities ~ Chestnut Appeal for prostate cancer, PAFC Community Trust and Green Taverners good causes.

The 4 day event which was over 260 miles visited 7 different football grounds which included Swansea City, Cardiff City, Newport County, Bristol City, Bristol Rovers, Yeovil Town, Exeter City, Torquay United and ended at Plymouth Argyle’s Home Park.

In total 46 riders took part including Argyle’s CEO Martyn Starnes and the total raised exceeded £18000

Elburton Villa Football Club

We have been supporting this local community football club for over 10 years. The club which has teams at all age groups in the DJM league u7’s to u18’s in addition to 2 adult teams. During this period we have provided funding for/towards floodlights, a 50 seater stand, a covered standing area, new LPG boilers and shower units.

Our Chairman Trevor Chinn also physically helped lay the foundations for one of the stands and form new steps down to the pitch. In addition we have funded many new kits and clothing in addition to providing materials for pitch side barriers and protection netting.

Taekwondo Champion

The company sponsored local lad Luke Holman for nearly 8 years. The funding helped provide Taekwondo training and competition equipment. During this time Luke has won Gold and was the National Chung Do Kwan Taekwondo Champion on 5 occasions and won Gold in the Korean Open and British International Open and attended the Olympic training camp

Celebrating 25 years

LTC held a ball to celebrate 25 years of trading. The ball which was held at Borringdon Golf club on the outskirts of Plymouth was attended by staff, customers, suppliers, associated and family and friends a charity raffle was held which raised £3688 for Help the Heroes

Sky Dive

A team of 3, Mike Burr (Managing Director) Neil Gray (Snr Instructor/ H&S Advisor) and Luke Bowditch (Estimator /Surveyor) thought it a good idea to throw themselves out of a plane from 15000ft. The event which took place at Dunkswell airfield nr Honiton was in aid of St Lukes. The LTC team raised £2323 towards this worthwhile charity

Lands’ End to John O’Groats

Trevor Chinn (Chairman) & Grant Rogers (Advanced Scaffolder) and his dog Meg walked the 1300 miles for charity in 7 weeks. The £19192 raised which was split between The Breast Cancer Campaign & St Luke’s Hospice. Other events took place to help raise the funds which included “ down in a day” challenge when 33 scaffolders gave up their time to strip a scaffold on St Peters Church in Wyndham Sq. The scaffold that was over 120 ft. high and took nearly 4 weeks to erect.

Canonteign Falls

A team of 6 from LTC which included Mike Burr ( Managing Director ) Rob Wills ( Plant & Transport Director), Gail Smith ( Company Secretary) Mike Bailey ( Snr Contracts Manager) and former employees Darren Wills and John Baldry took part in this charity event which was a 220ft abseil down the highest waterfall in England. £990 was raised for the Antony Loan Trust

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