Atlantic pumps in the community

Rapid Relief Team (RRT) UK

The Rapid Relief Team (RRT) delivers hope and relief to people across the globe. Whether it be fire, flood or humanitarian need, RRT expands their support services to meet the crisis at hand.

Established by the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church (PBCC) in 2013, RRT offers quality catering assistance and tangible support to charities, government and emergency services confronting some of humankind’s greatest challenges.

Led by the Christian principles of care and compassion, RRT’s army of volunteers operate from the heart across the globe, and lend a helping hand to people in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, North and South America, the Caribbean, Canada and across Europe.

Atlantic Pumps are delighted to support the work of the RRT and have donated to the organisation. Learn more here.

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The Sick Children's Trust

Staff from across the country recently wore pink in support of The Sick Children's Trust.

The campaign, which was organised by Atlantic Pumps’ employee Leah Rowles, had raised £5,67703 by the end of the working day.

The Sick Children's Trust provides free high-quality home-from-home accommodation for families with sick children in hospital which gives a haven of normality in such terrible time.

You can find out more about The Sick Children's Trust here.

 The Sick Children's Trust Logo


The Cystic Fibrosis Trust

As part of our Community involvement we’ve recently made a donation to The Cystic Fibrosis Trust and plan to support their work as a charity going forward. This was an easy decision for two reasons.

Firstly, our well known and well-loved Operations Team Leader, Ed Smith, has recently had a little daughter affected by the condition. Secondly, they are a fantastic charity, dedicated to fighting for a life unlimited by cystic fibrosis and making great strides through their dedication.

Find out more about them and the work they do by visiting their website.

 Cystic Fibrosis Trust


The Deltic Preservation Society

The Deltic Preservation Society have become the latest charity to receive a donation from Atlantic Pumps.

The Society, who are based in Staveley are the largest diesel locomotive preservation society in the United Kingdom, owning three of the six surviving Deltics. They were granted Charitable Status in 2003 by the Charity Commission, recognising the society’s commitment to educate the public about the achievements of the Deltic Locomotive in British Railway history.

Atlantic Pumps are pleased to help the Society and wish them every success in their ongoing work . Find out more here.


The Deltic Preservation Society logo


The Brain Tumour Charity

Atlantic Pumps are delighted to support The Brain Tumour Charity.

The organisation is the world’s leading brain tumour charity and the largest dedicated funder of research into brain tumours globally. The Brain Tumour Charity relies entirely on voluntary donations.

A close family member of one of our staff has been successfully treated for a brain tumour and we have made a contribution to the charity as a token of thanks for all they are doing.

The Brain Tumour Charity fund pioneering research to increase survival and improve treatment options and raise awareness of the symptoms and effects of brain tumours to get earlier diagnosis and to help families cope with everything that the diagnosis of a brain tumour brings. They also provide support for everyone affected so that they can live as full a life as possible, with the best quality of life.

The Charity funds and promotes the UK-wide HeadSmart campaign, raising awareness of the signs and symptoms of brain tumours in children and young people to make earlier diagnosis a reality. Earlier diagnosis will reduce long term disabilities and save lives. In just three years, HeadSmart has reduced average diagnosis time from 9.1 weeks to 6.5 weeks.

You can find out more about the great work that the charity does, plus learn about the signs and symptoms of tumours, diagnosis, treatment and more by visiting them here


The Brain Tumour Charity