Lighthouse Club

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Campion Homes is to make annual donations to the Lighthouse Club after becoming a Company Supporter of the charity. The Lighthouse Club is a charity which has been set up to ensure that no construction worker or their family are alone in a crisis. The charity works to improve the welfare and we

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It was another successful fundraising day for Breedon Scotland when it held its annual golf event at Gleneagles. The weather was kind and 10 teams of four were made up of customers, stakeholders and Breedon staff for an individual and team Stableford competition. The individual winner was Grant Shew

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Ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day on Saturday, Lighthouse Club CEO Bill Hill reveals why he thinks the day should be scrapped, what the charity is doing to make suicide preventable and how important it is for the industry to stand together and make life-saving changes. World Suicide Prevention D

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July is Talk to Us month and the Lighthouse Construction industry Charity is raising awareness of the importance of talking about wellbeing issues with friends, colleagues and professionals to prevent situations from spiralling to crisis point.

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The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity is supporting Men’s Health Week (June 12-19) by raising awareness of all the resources it has to support men in construction. One in five men die before the age of 65. The causes are a variety of physical and mental health issues, so Men's Health We

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The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity has teamed up with Ford to 'Make it Visible' – a new high-visibility campaign using higher-viz safety vests to grab attention and point people in the direction of help when needed. The commercial vehicle provider is stepping in to help combat the is

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland is supporting the Lighthouse Club’s latest ‘Help inside the hardhat’ campaign as the charity campaigns to raise awareness of poor mental health generally within the construction industry. The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity is the only charity t

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Supporters of the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity are going the extra mile this week in the ultimate test of mental and physical endurance for Mental Health Awareness Week. On May 12, the charity has 60 cyclists competing in their three-day ‘On Yer Bike’ event which covers 210 m

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CITB has marked Mental Health Awareness Week (9-15 May 2022) with a pledge to continue its support to training and understanding. A study compiled by the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity and CITB highlighted the toll poor mental health is taking. The research showed 26% of construction worke

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