Our Sponsors

CAUK would like to say a huge thank you to all our recent sponsors. We couldn’t do what we do without you.

We couldn’t provide all our vital services without our sponsors generous help and assistance.

Professional Beauty Systems is a leading manufacturer of professional hair and beauty products. The company was founded in 1984, and after starting out as a cupboard sized business the company is now a multi-site operation employing more than 200 employees.

Professional Beauty Systems have a wealth of industry experience, and a proven record of supplying quality hair and beauty products worldwide. The company has an innovation centre, manufacturing and packaging lines, and international logistics capabilities. This allows the company to cater for all projects large and small.

Innovation and quality are at the heart of the Professional Beauty Systems ethos. The company’s brands are distributed worldwide through carefully selected international partners. To find out more about the brands that make up Professional Beauty Systems and their manufacturing operation visit the website by clicking on the company logo.

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Howdens is a Trade only kitchen and joinery supply company, with over 700 depots across the UK and small number of depots in mainland Europe. The business is built on the belief that when tradespeople succeed, Howdens business succeeds. 

The number of depots in the UK means that no tradesperson has to travel far to reach a depot meaning that product is always close to hand and available which is so important in the building trade. In fact, Howdens runs the business with the strategy that each of the local depots are dedicated to helping local tradespeople build their businesses. Within each depot, Howdens aim that, builders can find the best local prices, plentiful stock, design support and knowledgeable as well proactive staff to support their needs. Although Howdens only sell to trades a builder’s customer can get free design advice and see many of our products first hand by visiting their local depot.

Howdens have a significant product offering with more than 80 kitchen styles and an exclusive appliance brand, Lamona. This is why builders have come to trust the range and quality of the products offered. Howdens also supply a wide range of doors, joinery, appliances and everyday hardware products used by joiners meaning that our customers have a one-stop-shop for everything they need to complete the kitchen job.

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The foundation set up by James Dyson was created to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.

Within its primary mission is to support medical research, progress on medical breakthroughs and discoveries.

The foundation has kindly donated a supersonic hairdryer as prize for our CAUK End of Year Raffle.

The money raised from raffle tickets can go to support the Care Trial research by providing money for any expenses the charity incurs during our support of this crucial project in our aim Caver-No-More 2030.

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Happy Craft Box was started during the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020. It is ran by Lynda and based out of her home where she balances her new business with her other work as a consultant to small businesses. Lynda has a background in the arts and a natural interest in psychology, art and play therapy, yoga and meditation. The idea for ‘Happy Craft Box’ came to Lynda as she noticed when talking to her daughter, Fifi, about her feelings whilst doing art, craft and play, it helped her process and understand what was going on and got her to open up more and more.

She says “As we all know lots of little one’s lives have been thrown into complete upheaval in the midst of these uncertain times”. From observing how Fifi interacted with the craft activities she released by setting up the business based around craft activities she could also help other children.

Happy Craft Box, the craft wellbeing boxes are for children aged 3-13, encouraging resilient, mindful and happy children and to help children adapt to change through art, craft and mindfulness.

Since launching the business in March 2020 Lynda has created and dispatched thousands of craft boxes across the UK and the feedback and support so far has been incredible. The business has been featured in the national press and had a full page spread in The Telegraph Stella magazine. The business even caught the eye of UK Ambassador of creative small businesses Holly Tucker MBE founder of Not On The High Street and she shared information about Happy Craft Box to her 65,000 community.

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We’d also like to thank our some of our previous sponsors, Experience Days, Michael Gee (Magician), On Point Financial, MC Pilates, Beauty Be Mine and Liz Morgan Art. We look forward to working with you all again in the future. 

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