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Proud sponsors of Workington Red’s under 16’s team

Supply it Site Services are proud to announce we are now sponsors of Workington Red’s under 16’s team!
Paul Bunting Company Director‘s son plays for the team and had this to say about his Dad helping his team out!
“I just want to thank my Dad and Mark Ward Managing Director Supply It Site Services Ltd for being able to sponsor the football team I love to play for and we hope to have a cracking season in the West Cumbria League!”
#team #football #grassrootsfootball #proudmoments #younameitwesupplyit #workhardplayhard #love

Supply it supporting a great cause, working at the heart of the local community.

Supply it Site Services have recently sponsored Eden Valley Hospice £250 while supporting fellow cycling enthusiasts for the Coast 2 Coast Cycle ride on the 19th June 2021

Managing Director Mark Ward is a keen cyclist and is proud to cycle so far for such a great cause. For further information please go to

Proud to be an Associate Members of NAS!

Supply it Site Services Limited are proud to be an Associate Member of the National Association of Shopfitters for the 3rd year running!

50% of our customers are from the shop-fitting industry!

Using us eliminates the worry and need for sourcing local Skip Hire, Fencing, Portable Accommodation, Grab Hire, Concrete and many more services direct from suppliers they may have never used before and we step in to offer our service knowing who to use from our long standing relationships.

Being an associate member of NAS allows fellow members and customers in this industry to feel confident we go that extra mile while their team are on the road from town to city to village to county.

Wherever they have work todo, we have the contacts to support them.

Please give us a thought on your next project, we might be able to win you over with a competitive price, a friendly reliable voice and an efficient service.

Supply it Directors Mark Ward and Paul Bunting often take time out of their busy days to meet up with the staff of NAS at their organised events.

Don’t be afraid to say hello to them, they might just be what you have been looking for!! One phone call for loads of hired-in needs!

Please help and support your independent family run business.

Allow us to simplify your sites, call us now on 03333 210140

The NAS has three core values that underpin everything they do – 

Promote, Support and Develop

  • They promote their Members, and the sector more broadly, through their website, events programmes and digital marketing activities
  • They support their Members through targeted benefits, enhancing the welfare of their businesses and their employees
  • And they develop their Members, through updated and improved advice, guidance, model policies and training

Paul Bunting was even brave enough to offer NAS a 5 minute interview!

Click on the link to see what he had to say!

This link will lead you to website

Cycle to Syracuse

On the 21st December 1988 at around 7pm, tragedy struck in Lockerbie as the remnants of aircraft Pan Am 103 descended from the skies. Carrying 259 passengers plus crew members the flight was on enroute to New York from Heathrow. As it was about to embark on it’s oceanic segment of the journey, a timer-activated bomb, hidden inside a cassette player detonated. The crash covered 850 square miles, destroying 21 homes and killing 11 people on the ground. The plane and all those on board never made it to their destination.

To mark the 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie Bombing and honour those who were killed, affected by the devastation and remember the emergency services who responded, the journey will be completed on their behalf. In October, joined by local and international friends, cyclists and schools, 4 emergency services cyclists and the Head Teacher of Lockerbie Highschool will be cycling the 3238 miles to finish the journey that was never finished.

On Saturday 13th October, our very own Mark Ward was one of the local cyclists to accompany the core team on the 70 mile journey from Lockerbie Academy to Edinburgh Castle. And from the videos, what a cycle it was! Well done to all those who took part.

As well as honouring those affected by the bombing, the group are also raising funds for a charity called, Soul Soup. The organisation provides mental health youth counselling to reduce the risk of suicide in young people. Soul Soup will be putting specific services in place, such as better school and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder counselling, in Lockerbie’s community and surrounding areas. If you would like to donate or follow the event, please click on the link below. Help provide a better future for our young people.