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September 2016

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We are proud to be supporting the ‘Child of Courage’ awards for Pop 4 Diabetes, who are celebrating their 10 year anniversary in 2016.

This October KFA were proud to sponsor the Pop 4 Diabetes ‘Child of Courage’ Awards.

Pop 4 Diabetes celebrated their 10th year anniversary in style, holding the event at the Bournemouth Hilton Hotel on Saturday, 15th October 2016 and KFA Connect were proud to be a part of it…quite literally.

The awards took place during an amazing Grease themed evening with our very own Lauren Elphick from the KFA Connect test team performing as ‘Rizzo’.


Eastenders stars Harry Reid and Jamie Borthwick presented the awards and were on hand to give Lauren some well-earned attention following her performance!

Pop 4 Diabetes is fundraising research into a cure for Type 1 Diabetes and this continued research and the support they have received means a cure has now become a real possibility.

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Tough Mudder Half 2016

We came, we conquered…..and we were utterly ‘Mudnificent’!

The KFA team conquered Tough Mudder Half, London South on Saturday 17th September 2016 and gave it their all!!!

Raising money for Help for Heroes we manage to rope in friends, family (and even our kids to take part in the Mini Mudder), and many of us tackled our worst fears; heights, water, mud…and more mud!

Between us, we have raised over £3,500.00 for this worthy cause and are giving serious consideration to doing it again next year!

Our thanks to the friends and family who joined us on our mission and helped make the day a success and such great fun.

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KFA Connect Support Ringwood Carnival

As the new arrivals in Ringwood, we liked the idea of getting involved in the local business community so supporting the Ringwood Carnival seemed a good place to start.


Ringwood saw its very first Carnival in 1929! Carnivals followed in 1931 and 1934, when the Coldstream Guards marched through the town in full dress uniform.

The first Carnival after the war was in 1950 and has continued every year since. The Carnival now acts as a focus for the local community and charitable groups.

The Ringwood Carnival Society is a registered charity, established to co-ordinate, manage and develop a guaranteed festival of fun for the whole family. Through this, the society aim to raise much-needed funds, making donations to local charities and good causes.

Join in the fun and support Ringwood – from 12.00pm on Saturday 17th September 2016.

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