On 10th December our Ticketing department will be holding a Christmas stall at New Mill in Witney to raise money for animal charity the Brooke.
For the seventh year running, Outside Magazine has run the Best Places to Work project, aiming to find the companies in the United States that best empower employees through a positive and rewarding work environment.
Here at Audley we’ve been busy raising money for a number of charities over the last few months.
Save the Children Syria appeal
At the beginning of September our North Africa and Asia department ran a soup kitchen to raise money for refugees from Syria. Lentil and bacon or vegetable soup were the order of the day and clothes and equipment were also donated to Calais Compassion. So far we have raised £6,677 for the Save the Children Syria appeal through our JustGiving page.
At Audley, there is a company-wide belief that investing in the well-being and enjoyment of your employees is necessary to maintain a successful business. This company credo earned Audley a spot on the winner’s stage at the Coolest Companies award ceremony, organized by the pop culture publication Bostinno.
There has been devastating floods and landslides across Burma (also known as Myanmar) over the last month, with a large number of fatalities as a result. Thousands of people have been displaced and left homeless, as well as losing livestock and food supplies. There is a desperate need for financial support, clean water and vital food supplies, as the situation looks to get worse before it gets better.
Last weekend 24 Audley colleagues completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge – this takes in the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough that form part of the Pennine range in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
We are honoured to have won a Daily Telegraph Ultratravel Award. Ultratravel readers voted across 20 categories, from best hotel, airline and airport to favourite city and country, with Audley winning the Best Small Luxury Tour Operator category.
This is a hugely prestigious award and being voted for by the public makes it all the more special. Our CEO Ian Simkins attended the lavish awards ceremony at the Dorchester Hotel in London, with the award being presented by none other than adventurer Levison Wood.
Money raised on the night went to injured soldiers to help them recover through adaptive skiing. To celebrate we had some luxury cupcakes delivered to all three offices.