Continuing to show support for local sport, Greenhous has partnered with the Mid-Shropshire Wheelers cycle club to provide new kit for the junior sections. Speaking on behalf of Greenhous, Dave Sullivan highlighted the growing interest in cycling across the county. “Most people will be aware of the health benefits of gaining exercise through cycling and there are many thousands of people who regularly cycle for pleasure or, as with the MSW, for competition,” says Dave. “We have our own group of cyclists at Greenhous who train regularly and support local charity rides. We are very pleased to support the young riders of MSW with this new kit.”
We have received a very pleasing letter of thanks and a certificate from Ann Marie Barnard, CEO of the Action on Pre-Eclampsia (APEC) charity we raised money for through the football match with Salop Leisure.
The Snooker Room at Shrewsbury Golf Club has been recently refurbished and renamed the Greenhous Snooker Room. The renaming of the room comes in recognition of the historic association of the automotive retailer Greenhous and the support the company provides to the club. Greenhous Chairman Keith Sayfritz opened the refurbished snooker room that will be used extensively during the winter for snooker tournaments.
The electric vehicle is not a recent development. In fact, the electric vehicle has been around for over 100 years. France and England were the first nations to develop the electric vehicle in the late 1800s. In 1897 the first commercial application was established as a fleet of London taxis. On the 31st July 1971, an electric car received the unique distinction of becoming the first manned vehicle to drive on the Moon deployed during the Apollo 15 mission.
Now that Greenhous have a base in Mid-Wales through the addition of the Ford dealership in Newtown and Welshpool, opportunities to take part in community activities have arisen. Thousands of people took advantage of the good weather this weekend at the Welshpool Air Show to view a stunning display of aerial mastery with aircraft from across the world.
The second football fixture between the staff of Greenhous and those of Salop Leisure proved to be a competitive, but friendly encounter which Salop Leisure won 4-2.