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Coast to Coast Bike Ride
20th August 2019 - 16:55, by Paul Goad, in Seaton Spring 0 comment
To celebrate 20 years of spreading hydration happiness throughout the North East employees of Seaton Spring will be doing four gruelling challenges with all money raised going to our chosen charity Centrepoint;

1. Pier to Pier 11K Run, 19th May 2019 2. Coast to Coast bike ride, 24th May 2019 3. Yorkshire Three Peaks, 21st September 2019 4. Centrepoint Sleepout, 14th November 2019

Centrepoint provides homeless young people with accommodation, health support and life skills to get them back into education, training and employment. All monies raised will be donated to Centrepoint’s work in the North East region.

20 years ago in our first production month the company sold 16 bottles, a far cry from the 20,000 plus bottles which are filled now during summer months. Seaton Spring is now the largest supplier of all things watercooler related within the North East region including Mains Connected Watercoolers, Undersink Chillers and Maintenance Services. Today Seaton Spring employs 15 people and services over 2,000 clients from Darlington in the south throughout the North East and up to the Scottish borders.
Paul Goad, Seaton Spring Limited
About this author
Paul has had a varied working life; he spent the 1980’s in the British Army, graduating through Sandhurst and leaving in 1989 in the rank of Captain. Throughout the 1990’s he had a number of commercial positions in businesses as diverse at IT, arboriculture and furniture manufacture. In the late 1990’s he managed both Northumbrian Spring in Darlington and Fresh and Cool Watertechnology, Germany’s largest Watercooler business. Both businesses were acquired by Danone in the early 2000’s. Subsequently Paul joined Seaton Spring in 2005 in which he is now a principal shareholder.

A sport and exercise fanatic Paul graduated in 2015 with a 1st class Honours degree in Sport and Exercise from Teesside University. Paul is currently devising a Work Place wellbeing initiative (watch this space) and regularly presents at academic conferences on topics as diverse as the 1948 Olympics and North East football fanzine comic characters.

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