MAIN SPONSORS OF THE RAFT RACE
We are very grateful for the contribution and support from the following event sponsors
Mandarin Stone was founded by Alma Small in 1989, almost by accident… she was approached by the owner of a roofing slate company to market a large consignment of flooring slate. Twenty years later the company remains within the Small family and every member plays a key role. Set in the rolling hills of Monmouthshire, Mandarin Stone has grown considerably over the years. It has several warehouse sites in Monmouth together with ten inspirational showrooms throughout the UK, located in Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Exeter, Marlow, Monmouth, Weybridge, Wilmslow and Cambridge. As a UK market leader within the natural stone industry, Mandarin Stone have carefully formulated an extensive stone range to offer design concepts for both residential and commercial projects. Over 100 different stones including Limestone, Marble, Slate, Travertine, Sandstone, Schist, Terracotta, Granite and Basalt are imported and stocked to high levels, allowing all stone to be delivered within short lead-times.
David Wilson Homes are currently developing 5 star quality homes in both Monmouth and Abergavenny and are proud to have formed this partnership with both the Monmouth Rotary club and St David’s Hospice Care through the sponsorship of such a fun family event. We jumped at the chance after being presented with the opportunity to sponsor two great local charities, both aiming to improve the lives of others in the community and hope to make this year the best yet whilst improving on our finishing times from last year! Steve Williams, Managing Director – David Wilson Homes
Tiny Rebel is a family business, based in Newport, South Wales, and winner of the International Beer Challenge’s UK Brewery of the year 2016. Tiny Rebel has its own bars in Cardiff and Newport, and as a rapidly growing business has just relocated to a 1.5 acre site in Rogerstone, complete with brewery tours, a new bar and event space. Tiny Rebel is the only Welsh brewery to have claimed the Champion Beer of Britain prize, which it won in 2015 for Cwtch.