Like all events it takes a lot of help to keep a race like the Sodbury Slog going. Below are organisations who go out of their way to help us to make sure we can put on this event. We are enormously grateful for their continued support. Please help us help them by supporting them whenever possible.
With its head office based in Bath, L&C is the UK’s no 1 online mortgage broker. We provide homeowners and buyers with advice on the best mortgage deal to suit their circumstances. We’ll help you throughout the mortgage process, saving you time, hassle, and hopefully some money.
With the Pet Health Club, you can spread the cost of your pet's routine healthcare treatments and make sure they have everything they need to stay healthy and happy. You and your pet can rest easy knowing that our plans have everything to keep them healthy & happy. From vaccinations and monthly flea & wormer to 20% off lifetime medication! We'll even remind you when your appointments or treatments are due. Just one less thing to worry about.
Tollgate Hire prides itself on its flexibility for both private and companies that need to get the job done. We have a large range of vehicles ready at any time for your requirements. Our staff can match your requirements with a vehicle for your journey be it local or to the Continent.
Established in the Bristol area for over 20 years, we are easily accessible being close to the M4 and M5 motorways. At Backfield Farm we have workshops and units for businesses to lease. At our Mayshill Industrial Site we store caravans, boats, cars, catering vans and also have steel shipping containers for self storage.
The Sodbury Slog has always had charity at its heart and over the years has raised somewhere in the region of £50,000 for a wide range of charities. We are very pleased to support the following organisations, both with direct charitable donations and by offering bond places to enable them to raise their own funds through people running the event.
Jessie May is a charity that provides hospice at home care for terminally ill children in Bristol and the surrounding area. The charity was set up by the parents of Jessica May Purrington, a little girl who died at home aged 4 months, surrounded by her family and her nurses. Jessie May has a team of dedicated nurses who provide care to children and families during a child’s life and after their death.
The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is fighting for a life unlimited for everyone affected by cystic fibrosis. Our mission is to create a world where being born with CF no longer means a lifelong burden of care and an early death, when everyone living with the condition will be able to look forward to a long, healthy life.
Rotary is a club, which aims to bring together business and professional leaders to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace. We raise funds for local, national and international projects and charities.