Crowberry Consulting is a community engaged business. Our staff take part in a variety of activities to support local biodiversity and local charities. In 2016 we became official sponsors of a Song Thrush Bird on the Earth Trust nature reserve and in 2010 we sponsored a rare tropical frog who still lives in the Manchester Museum Vivarium. Since 2006 we have taken part in many UK challenges such as Race for Life, which both Emma Rodgers and Becky Toal completed in 2015 to raise funds for Cancer Research. In August 2017, Becky will be swimming 1 mile in Loch Lomond to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.
We have raised funds for McMillian Cancer Care, Cancer Research, Lymphoma Association and the Bloom Appeal with Becky completing the Great Swim in Salford Docks in 2014.
We also work with local North West based Universities to provide Student Placements such as through the Unite with Business Scheme and the Santander Internship Programme.
We exhibitied at this year’s RWM at the Birmingham NEC from 12th to 14th of September. It was great to be a part of a show of this scale and gain many new contacts.
Thank you for stopping by and visiting our stand!
National Apprenticeship Awards 2017 Regional Finalist
Crowberry Consulting are extremely happy to announce that we have been named Regional Finalists for the Lancashire region in the National Apprenticeship Awards 2017 under the category of Small and Medium Enterprises with 1 – 24 staff as an apprentice provider. The awards will take place on October 9th in Liverpool where we will find out if we have been successful!
Breast Cancer Care Fundraising 2016
The team recently took part in the Big Pink 2016 and raised £101.85 for Breast Cancer Care on the 14th October 2016. We would like to thank everybody who donated to the cause. The money raised will go a long way.
To find out more about Breast Cancer Care and how the money raised will be used,click here!
10 Year Celebration Evening!
On the 15th July 2016 we celebrated our 10 years in business anniversary at Mundo Tapas in Preston. The evening was a huge success and we would like to thank all who attended for making it a brilliant evening.