We Live, Work and Play in The Rochills Community
We are a family run business and as our employees are local, it is extremely important to us to be able to give back to our local community. Our employees are kind hearted and generous and Rochills are keen to be involved with as many community and charity projects as we can.
Rochils provide real hands-on involvement and support in our community and all events are actively promoted through our marketing initiatives, increasing foot-fall to the event supporting our local schools whilst underpinning our identity as an important and integral part of the local community.
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In 2013 and 2014 Rochills were proud sponsors of the Little legs charity event to raise money for Cancer Research. As well as racing, children were given a plain white plate and asked to paint an image of their own design. All the plates were then displayed in our ...
One of the biggest events in the Hersham calendar is the Hersham Beer Festival. This is a fund raising event supporting Hersham Troop B Scouts Group organised and run by volunteers. Rochills are delighted to have been apart of the sponsorship team.
Rochills proud to sponsor Hurst Park School
Rochills have a close links with Ashley school and have sponsored the Quiz event to assist Year 6 with their trip to Chamonix. On Monday 27th June the second of two Year 6 groups from Ashley Primary set of on an extraordinary journey. This bunch of 11 year olds are...
For the last two year Rochills have helped Home Start provide Christmas gifts for children in the local area who may not have the opportunity to receive a gift over Christmas. Every year local residents come into our office and donate a gift for children in need....
Over the last few years the Rochills team have taken part in The Kingston Rotary Dragon Boat race. The staff completed and manged to record the fastest time to date as well as coming third overall. The event helped raise funds for Teenage Cancer.