Here at O’Brien we have had some mo-mentous fundraising results for the trust. Movember has been a huge triumph with an epic £3,125 being raised by the team and this figure is still rising.

The Charitable Trust are over the moon with the success of the tache-growing-team, their fundraising efforts has meant that O’Brien have met their £15K target for 2018.

Peter O’Brien said: “With only 4 people in the Movember team, £3K + is an unbelievable total! It has been a fantastic success, simple, straightforward and great fun. Thanks very much to everyone involved and most importantly it will have just got us past the annual £15K target, which is brilliant.”

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Three Peak Challenge – O’Brien Charitable Trust

On Saturday 13th October, 20 of O’Brien staff with friends and family, and a dog, undertook a 10 mile walk across the Cotswold’s hills.

Setting off for 8:30am the team headed up Brailes Hill, followed by Broom Hill and lastly tackling Yarn Hill, where after they took a well-deserved rest at the Bell Inn at Shennington.

O’Brien Charitable Trust were behind the event, which raised money for its nominated charities and proved to be an enjoyable day out for all.

Darren Wortley, O’Brien Buyer said: “It was a great day out with excellent comradery amongst the team, the Cotswold hills were a stunning background to whole event. We couldn’t have asked for better weather.”

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Mud, Mud, Mud and More Mud – O’Brien Charitable Trust’s Team Complete the Wolf Run

On Saturday 1st September 2018 a team of 18 set off on the Wolf Run, a 10K run including 30 obstacles, made up of cargo nets, a lake swim and treading through tons of mud.  The team’s ages ranged from 20 to 60 years old, the course was by no means an easy task, impressively all contenders finished unscathed and elated at the thought of a well-earned rest.

The Wolf Run event is held on a regular basis throughout the year, in all weathers, and was held at Welsh Road Farm in Hunningham, Warwickshire.

O’Brien Charitable Trust once again used a fantastic event to raise money for its local charities.

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O’Brien Charitable Trust continues to Ace its Fundraising Drive

O’Brien’s Charitable Trust Golf Day was a huge triumph raising thousands for charity.

The O’Brien Charity Golf Day took place on the 27th July at Leamington Country Golf Club in Whitnash. O’Brien staff and suppliers all teed off for charity before enjoying a sit-down meal and bidding in the charity auction. There was an impressive range of auction prizes to be won, ranging from a 1966 World Cup signed shirt to Sir Bobby Charlton and Nobby Stiles signed prints. (see images below)

Peter O’Brien, Managing Director, said: “The day was a brilliant success, I’m so pleased with the amount the trust has raised for all its charities. Everybody had a fantastic time and the level of generosity from all who attended was heart-warming. I want to extend my thanks to all the staff who played a part in making the day a success.”

O’Brien Charitable Trust will continue to raise funds for its charities throughout 2018, if you would like to help or contribute in any way please contact, Kelly Davis at or call 01926 423918.