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Britannia Anchor supports BoltonSchooland Britain’s olympians

Britannia Anchor Removals from Bolton was delighted to support Bolton School on 4 October when it played host to Sir Philip Craven, President of the Paralympic Committee and Old Boy of Bolton School, and Lord Sebastian Coe, Chairman of the 2012 Olympic Committee for the school’s annual Marcus Tillotson lecture.

Chris Smallwood, MD of Britannia Anchor Removals, said that his company had a long established relationship with Bolton School.  His company provided labour and vehicles ahead of the lecture to prepare the hall for the guests. “We feel privileged to be asked to support such a prestigious event. Just like Bolton School, we are proud to be serving Bolton and putting something back into the community.”

Both Sir Philip and Lord Coe gave a strong and positive message about next year’s games, saying that it represented a once in a lifetime opportunity for the UK that would bring a much needed lift to the whole country.  Lord Coe said that there had already been 15,000 new homes build in one of the country’s most deprived areas as a result of the games.  It was all part of a lasting legacy the games would leave.  Joining them on stage were two Olympic hopefuls, Sophie Hancock, a local paralympian and Daniel Sliwinski, an Old Boy of the School and Commonwealth Games swimming bronze medallist.    

Bolton School is one of the oldest schools in Lancashire. The origins of the Boys' School can be traced back to at least 1516.   In 1644 it was endowed by Robert Lever and so began a long and close relationship with the Lever name.

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