The Builders Merchants Federation (BMF) raised over £3,000 to share between its nominated charity, The Teenage Cancer Trust, and the merchant industry charity, The Rainy Day Trust, at its largest ever annual Burns Supper held in Glasgow recently.
The event, which celebrates the life and works of Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns, is now an established fixture for Members north and south of the border.
Over 300 people attended this year including senior representatives from the BMF, FMB, SNIPEF, NMBS, Grahams, MKM, Howarth Timber, GPH, Saint Gobain, D W Nye, W Madden and other merchants as guests of many of the major suppliers from within the industry.
John Newcomb, BMF MD, said: “Once again the BMF’s Scottish region has organised a fantastic event. Our thanks go to sponsors SCA, Fakro, Marshalls, Stonemarket, Marley Plumbing & Drainage Solutions, Floplast, Natural Paving and Lundie Marketing, and to all those who donated raffle prizes for their generous support. We must also thank everyone who helped to raise such a fantastic sum for the two charities we are supporting throughout 2017.”