PSS Group Annual Charity Event 2018

Over the last 3 years PSS have raised in excess of £12,000 in their annual group charity events; This year we are hoping to continue this & raise as much as we possibly can with a team of our very own staff taking part in Gung-Ho! The world largest 5k inflatable obstacle loaded course! This year

£2275.00 raised for the Children’s Burns Club!

On the 17th September 2016 a team of 11 PSS staff completed the Nuclear Blast 5k obstacle loaded mud race in aid of the Children’s Burn Club (, raising the amazing amount of £2275.00!  PSS and the whole team would like to say a huge ‘Thank You’ to all who sponsored them! And its not

PSS Group Annual Staff Charity Event

On the 17th September, a team of 12 PSS staff will be taking part in the Nuclear Blast 5km in aid of The Children’s Burns Club (CBC); a charity which supports children in London and the South East who have suffered burns injuries. The Children’s Burns Club (CBC), a charity which supports children in London

Wear it Pink

We are proud to announce that through our staff located in both the Ongar and London office, PSS have raised in excess of £140.00 for breast cancer. Every year, wear it pink raises around £2 million during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, by asking people to wear something pink and donate whatever they can. Since the

Kick Start for Loo Invention!

“The traditional toilet brush is a fundamentally flawed design – they don’t clean efficiently, they clog-up easily, they drip everywhere, they result in excessive use of cleaning chemicals and water, and ultimately people hate the sight of them!” said Garry Stewart, inventor of LooBlade. “I knew there had to be a better way, and that’s

Nuclear Race for Charity

We recently assembled a team from management to tackle a 5k obstacle course with 30 gruelling obstacles. At the beginning of the month, I am proud to say that the team assembled participated in the race raising £1,500.00 for the Elifar Foundation in the process.  I completed the race in 1.09hrs and was surprised to