“What’s for tea mum?”...... No matter how much older we get we can always remember our mother’s special recipe for that one meal, whether big or small, that got you sprinting down the stairs and into the kitchen.
We can all imagine as a parent, trying to cook for a whole family can have its difficulties, one family member doesn’t like sprouts, another won’t eat their vegetables all together! The compromising can be endless but one unique talent mums will always guarantee to have is finding that niche dish, which against all the odds, everybody around the dinner table can share a slice of.…
Three mechanics from HiQ Stafford have managed to shed the combined equivalent of 10 tyres in weight after pledging to get healthy for the new year, and raise money for charity. Jim Turner, Jon Daly, and Ryan Lee, all of HiQ Stafford, lost a whopping 100lbs in total while raising £1,250 for Breast Cancer Care after making the pledge to lose weight at the turn of last year.
Their customers, who have provided the vast majority of donations, were kept updated with the trio’s progress and fundraising total through a running total in the reception area of the Foregate Street site.…
October marks another year HiQ will be raising charity donations for Breast Cancer Care. The grand total raised so far has tipped over £105,000!
Here are a couple of facts you may have not previously know about breast cancer.
Every year nearly 55,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK, that’s the equivalent of one person every 10 minutes. Breast cancer is also the second most common cause of death from cancer in women in the UK with 1 in 8 women developing breast cancer in their life time.…
Fans favourite Rob Austin, known for his loyal following, aviator sun glasses and competitive nature will write for the HiQ BTCC Blog on the Monday after each race weekend. The column, the drivers first, is part of a new offering from the Team Championship sponsor this season.
The Fast Fit network is launching a new look site dedicated to everything touring car celebrating its renewed multi-year sponsorship deal. The site will provide the latest on the paddock, behind the scenes videos and host its ever popular Driver of the Day competition.
Rob Austin’s blog will provide an insight into the championship, the…
Following the success of our 'Back to School' competition we have decided to run a secondary 'Pink October' edition, in aid of Breast Cancer Care.
The question we are now asking is 'What did you want to be when you were young?' was it an astronaut exploring the stars and travelling through space, or maybe a ballerina playing the graceful lead in Swan Lake, to hundreds of loving fans? Either way, let us know your dream job when you were young.
Email your answer along with your name, postal address, email address and telephone number to email@example.com. …
Customers and staff at the Blyth, Gateshead and Sunderland branches of HiQ have been tucking into
pink cupcakes and drinking gallons of tea to raise £550 for Breast Cancer Care.
During the last month, as part of HiQ’s ‘Project Pink’, franchise owner Alister McGill offered customers that visited the garages cupcakes in exchange for a donation to the charity, as the network aims to hit it’s £100,000 fundraising target.
Alister, who operates five HiQ centres in the north east, asked his sister-in-law, 51-year-old Cheryl Ferguson, to take on the mammoth task of baking 300 cupcakes for his customers and promised a free cup of tea with each cake sold,…
Three adventurous members of
the HiQ fast fit network are taking to the hills to help the company hit its
£100,000 fundraising target for Breast Cancer Care.
Franchisee Chris Kisby, marketing manager Emma-Jane Kisby and Claire Murray - a father and daughters team from Easy Tyre & Autocentres, HiQ’s largest franchise partner - are setting off to complete the National Three Peaks Challenge from the 18th - 20th October, as part of HiQ’s Project Pink fundraising efforts.
The challenge will see the intrepid trio trek the dizzy heights of Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon over three days, climbing for over 15 hours and driving 11 hours from peak to peak…
The HiQ fast fit network is swapping its usual cyan hues for pink this
October as centres all over the country pull together to hit its £100,000
fundraising target for Breast Cancer Care.
HiQ has been a proud sponsor of Breast Cancer Care for three years, and in that time has raised over £87,000 for the charity. Its push to hit the £100,000 target sees franchisees across its 140 centres taking part in various ‘Project Pink’ activities this month.
The fast fit network has turned its website pink and is pledging £5 to the charity for every tyre sold and every MOT booked on its website, www.hiqonline.co.uk…