Quickline’s Season of Giving Spreads Festive Cheer Across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Quickline, the broadband provider committed to community welfare, has successfully uplifted the holiday spirits of over a dozen charities and community groups in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire through its Season of Giving campaign. The initiative saw the distribution of around £6,000 in festive funding to successful applicants, enabling a diverse range of community-centered Christmas activities. From illuminating villages with Christmas lights to sponsoring events and providing technological resources for schools, Quickline’s contributions touched various aspects of community life.

In Folkingham, Lincolnshire, resident Kayleigh Panton seized the opportunity to foster a love for reading, applying for funding to purchase books for every child in the village. Expressing gratitude, she shared, “Quickline’s support meant we could give children a gift they can open time and time again, fostering a lasting appreciation for literature.”

Willingham by Stow benefited from funds covering new Christmas lights and sponsorship of a tree for their Christmas Tree Festival. In Keelby, Lincolnshire, the primary school received a technology equipment bundle for their annual Christmas Fair raffle, enhancing community engagement.

North Yorkshire witnessed a heartwarming Christmas party for senior citizens in Chop Gate, while Carleton-In-Craven saw the entire village illuminated with community-sponsored Christmas lights, creating a festive atmosphere for all to enjoy.

Beyond financial support, Quickline’s team members actively participated in community events. From Christmas fairs in Belton and Burton-Upon-Stather to a mulled wine and mince pie afternoon in Cawood, North Yorkshire, the team extended their time and efforts to enhance festive gatherings.

June Smith, a member of Cawood Women’s and organizer of the mulled wine and mince pie afternoon, expressed gratitude, stating, “We are so thankful for the support. It makes a real difference to our small community. Our get-togethers are really important and help to keep everyone’s spirits up.”

Patients at Lindsey Lodge Hospice in North Lincolnshire and senior citizens in East Halton, North Lincolnshire, also reaped the benefits of Quickline’s Season of Giving initiative.

Julie Holmes, Social Values Manager at Quickline, expressed excitement about collaborating with diverse communities, stating, “Our Season of Giving campaign was an ideal opportunity for us to build relationships with people living in some more of the areas where we are delivering our broadband and work with the communities to help make their celebrations better than ever.” Quickline’s commitment to enhancing the festive experience reflects its broader mission of fostering meaningful connections in the regions it serves.

Emily Turner

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