Community Spirit

Cornwall Glass feels privileged to support many local charities and community projects

Cornwall Glass has long embraced the idea of community support and in 2009 our Acorn Fund was created. This grew faster than any of us could have imagined our charitable Cornwall Glass Fund was established.

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As a family business with nearly 300 colleagues our commitment to the wider community grows as we grow. To date we have granted in excess of £50,000 to over 100 groups and organisations throughout the South West. Our colleagues take an active role and many of them sit on the grants panel, giving careful consideration to each application. Our fund is managed by the Cornwall Community Foundation.

Operating a complex and dynamic business with branches stretching from Penzance to Bristol it’s such a privilege for our company to be able to reach out from the hustle and bustle of daily business life and make a meaningful difference to those around us.

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Paul Cricket Club Players

St Ives Bowling Club

St Ives Bowling Club is a friendly outdoor and indoor (winter only)bowling club which welcomes young and old alike to play competitive bowls. With experienced bowlers available to give coaching to new and existing members there is a full programme running throughout the year.  The club house is equipped with new heaters thanks to our Cornwall Glass Fund £400 for 40 campaign which ran in 2018 to celebrate our company’s 40th Anniversary. These heaters allow club members to play bowls all year round in comfortable surroundings.

Paul Cricket Club Players

Paul Cricket Club

Paul Cricket Club is a village cricket club situated to the south of Penzance. They currently play in the Cornwall Cricket League and have two league teams with the 1st xi playing in Division 2 West and the 2 xi playing in Division 4 West.

With a thriving youth section from All Stars Cricket ages 5-8, through to U19 level, they welcome new members.

You can also find them on Facebook @PaulCricketClub and Twitter @PaulCricket1 for all the latest events at the club.

North Bristol RFC

North Bristol RFC

 We are delighted to be supporting North Bristol RFC Founded on 24th April 1933 by former pupils of the North Bristol Central School.

North Bristol RFC field three senior teams, ladies, junior boys and girls rugby teams. The senior 1st XV play in the Gloucester 1 League. Training nights are; Seniors – Tuesday and Thursday 6.30pm. Ladies – Wednesday evening. All juniors – weekday evenings and weekends. If you would like to know more about the club and all it has to offer please contact 

Somerset Community Foundation

Somerset Community Foundation

Our community support extends to all our branch communities and we continue to support the fantastic work done by the Somerset Community Foundation .

The foundation currently manages over 84 named funds for individuals, companies, trusts and public bodies. Over the last 15 years, they have supported hundreds of local charities, voluntary groups and social enterprises county wide, with over £7.5 million of investment. Their aim is to strengthen community and transform lives throughout Somerset. To find out more about how you may be able to lend a hand or show support please contact SCF

£400 for 40 Community Groups and Organisations

Celebrating 48 Community Grant Awards In Cornwall

Bringing together recipients of our £400 grant awards for a celebration of all things community. Kindly hosted by Barclays in Truro, Cornwall we welcomed all, for what was a hugely enjoyable event. We shall never cease to be inspired by the amazing work people do for each other to help, support and nurture our communities.

£400 for 40 Community Groups and Organisations

How’s that Redruth Cricket Club!

Cornwall Glass is bowled over to be supporting Redruth Cricket Club. The team was founded in 1830 and currently plays in Cornwall’s ECB Premier League.

£400 for 40 Community Groups and Organisations

Supporting St Erme Cricket Club

Cornwall Glass is delighted to continue its long standing support of  St Erme Cricket Club. Based at the St Erme and Trispen Community Fields, the club, founded in 1977, has grown to run 2 senior sides.

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In 2017, the 1st XI achieved promotion to County Division 1 for the first time in the clubs history. Teams also play in the  4 East of the Cornwall Cricket League, as well as a social mid-week side.

A thriving Junior Section meets on Monday evenings with up to 60, 5-15 year olds’ attending.  Junior Teams enter leagues and festivals at Under 9, 10, 13 and 15 age groups.

Facilities at Castle Field, St Erme are second to none with sight-screens, wicket covers, artificial practice nets, machinery shed and score-box all having been renewed in the last 10 years with the support of grants, our sponsors and the hard work of our Club members.

£400 for 40 Community Groups and Organisations

Cornwall Glass Celebrates 40 Years

From our humble beginnings to the South West leading Glass Producer and Manufacturer, this is our story, told by the people who started it all. Celebrating 40 years of Cornwall Glass.

£400 for 40 Community Groups and Organisations

Cornwall Glass Fund £400 for 40 in 2018

Cornwall Glass celebrated 40 years in business and to mark this milestone we awarded 40 grants of £400 from our Cornwall Glass Fund to community groups throughout Cornwall

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Mark Mitchell, Chairman of Cornwall Glass, says “Being part of the community is an important part of who we are and what we do. We feel privileged to have directly supported 65 local groups who are working to improve the lives of people in their areas. In this special 40th year of our business, we wanted to do something to mark this important achievement.”

Cornwall Glass is a family owned business specialising in the manufacture, production and installation of glass and glazing products for commercial, trade, architectural and domestic customers. With 15 branches throughout Cornwall and South West, the company have supported local communities since it began in 1978. The Cornwall Glass Fund was established in 2009, managed by the Cornwall Community Foundation (CCF) to provide funding for community groups. The Fund has grown and has invested more than £60,000 to 65 community projects within Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to date.

Applications came from a variety of constituted registered charities, voluntary Groups, Community Groups and Clubs.

Tamas Haydu, CCF Chief Executive, comments, “Cornwall Glass are an exemplary business having invested with us over the long term to ensure they can help local Cornish communities in perpetuity. The Company’s 40th anniversary is a great achievement and marking it with 40 grant awards of £400 will go a long way in helping community projects across Cornwall.”

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Delighted to Support Mardon FC

Madron FC is a village football team who were once branded as the worst in Britain following a string of heavy defeats.

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They are fighting back though and we are delighted to support them in their quest to finished anything but bottom of the Trelawny League.

Their recent appearance on the BBC’s One Show has put them firmly on the map. Who doesn’t love to support the underdog?

Pirate FM Local Heroes Awards

Pirate FM Local Heroes Awards 2018

    Cornwall Glass is privileged to be part of the Pirate FM Local Heroes Awards 2018

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Once again Pirate FM celebrates people from all over Cornwall, Plymouth and West Devon who go the extra mile to help others in their community. This is the opportunity to acknowledge some of those people who are doing extraordinary things without even realising it. Cornwall Glass are delighted to be sponsoring: Inspiration To Others Award and Young Person of The Year Award for 2018. The eighth Awards Ceremony will be hosted by Pirate FM in April at Tregenna Castle in Cornwall. Nominations for all the awards categories are now OPEN. The closing date to nominate your Local Hero is 6th March 2018.

Cornwall Road Running Grand Prix

Cornwall Road Running Grand Prix

Supporting our local communities through sporting sponsorship is something Cornwall Glass is delighted to be a part of.

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We have sponsored the Cornwall Road Running Grand Prix Series for the past 10 years. Some of our colleagues have even been known to don running shoes and take part!

For information about the fifteen road and multi-terrain races that make up all the Cornish Grand Prix Series go to the Cornwall Road Running website

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Devon Community Foundation

The Devon Community Foundation Established in 1996, is a charitable organisation who work alongside people who are motivated by wanting to make a difference across Devon.

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They use use their knowledge of local needs and the voluntary sector to manage high impact distribution of funds designed to achieve sustainable outcomes, awarding financial support on behalf of our Fund holders and donors, which enable local people to achieve inspiring change in their communities.
Cornwall is privileged to support the great work achieved through the DCF Community Grants fund.

Penryn RFC

Penryn RFC

Cornwall Glass Penryn is delighted to support Penryn RFC

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Penyrn RFC is a Cornish rugby union club based in Penryn, Cornwall. Founded in 1872, Penryn is proud to be the oldest RFC side in the county. Nicknamed The Borough, the club currently has a First and Second Men’s team, Ladies, Colts, and multiple boys and girls mini/youth sides. The club colours are black and red.

Up The Borough!

C100 Club

Cornwall Community Foundation C100 Club

The Cornwall 100 Club is a group of like minded businesses believing in social responsibility at a grass roots level.

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They have come together to offer financial support to Cornish communities, making a real, positive and measurable difference to life in Cornwall.
Cornwall Community Foundation launched the Cornwall 100 Club in early 2008. Since then the corporate philanthropy fund has grown from strength to strength. Cornwall Glass are proud to be one of the founding members of this CSR initiative.

Somerset Race Series

Somerset Race Series

The Somerset Series is a collection of 19 road and multi terrain running races held throughout the year.

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Cornwall Glass is a long standing supporter of this Race Series.

Tamar Saracens

Tamar Saracens RFC

Cornwall Glass Plymouth is proud to support Tamar Saracens RFC

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Jamie Lavill-Harris is our sposored player at Tamar Saracens. Jamie works at our Plymouth site and has been a keen rugby players for many years. We are delighted to able support him and the Tamar Sarencens Team

St Austell Hockey Club

St Austell Hockey Club

St Austell Hockey club is a grass roots club and has been going for many years. With an active a ladies team and enthusiastic junior section the club continues to go from strength to strength.

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The ladies team plays in the Trelawney League 2 including a mix of experienced and youth players in matches to give players game experience and confidence. In the 2014/15 season the St Austell ladies won the Plate Final, a fantastic way to end the season.
Both the junior and ladies teams play in friendlies and tournaments around Cornwall in a competitive but relaxed environment. Always looking for new members, St Austell Hockey Club trains every Wednesday at Poltair School, during the Hockey season which runs from October – April. Cornwall Glass is delighted to have funded some very smart training hoodies for the current team.

Bosvigo School

Innovative School Fundraising

Cornwall Glass has helped to kick start a new innovative form of school fundraising for Bosvigo School in Truro, Cornwall.

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Students from the school have taken fundraising to a whole new level, by having their own grants panel where they debate and decide on deserving projects in Cornwall that will receive funding. Cornwall Glass has contributed £5,000 to the fund and offered to match fund any monies that the children raise themselves through their great efforts in fundraising.

This pilot initiative focuses on supporting; Young People, Improving People’s Health and Animal Assisted Therapy. It is hoped that the children will be able to establish their own charitable fund which would be a wonderful legacy. It is hoped that this fundraising initiative will enhance the children’s skill set to include, debating, budgeting, empathy, teamwork and responsibility.

Please contact us for more information about our Community Spirit