We’re proud that every year Russell Roof Tiles’ staff, suppliers and friends support a number of local initiatives and events local to our sites in Burton on Trent and Lochmaben.

Our work in the local community not only covers supporting charities and good causes but also investing in young people.  We work closely with local schools and colleges to help inspire young people and support the careers teams, bringing to life the processes of manufacturing.

Since 2016, we have donated £113,500 to various causes and community projects, such as Shropshire, Staffordshire & Cheshire Blood Bikes, Derby & Burton Hospitals Charity and Dumfries and Galloway Health Board Endowment Fund and encourage and support our employees with fundraising.

Shropshire, Staffordshire & Cheshire Blood Bikes
Winners of Russell Roof Tiles Quiz Night standing behind Christmas tree.

Quiz Night Success

A record-breaking £80,000 has been raised by Russell Roof Tiles, after their Big Charity Quiz Night boosted the final fundraising amount by £15,000....

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ordon McKinnon, Adrian Ryding, Scott Summers, Andrew Hayward, James Pendleton, Alan Young, Michael Palmer, Rhordri Jones, Paul McLoughlin

Shedding Pounds For Charity

We’re continuing our fundraising efforts, stepping into 2023 with our first event, a sponsored charity weight loss. The challenge will take...

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Tile Manufacturer Tops Target

Russell Roof Tiles (RRT), has raised a record-breaking £55,300 for charities and community causes this year, smashing its £50,000 target. Called...

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Quiz Night Success

Russell Roof Tiles, returned to the Pirelli Stadium in Burton to host its annual Charity Quiz, raising over £12,000 for local charities and...

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Football Sponsorship Goes Global

Leading pitched roof tile manufacturer, Russell Roof Tiles (RRT), has a team with a long-standing love for football in the UK and is now extending...

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Best Golf Day by Par

Russell Roof Tiles (RRT) hosted another successful annual Golf Day to raise vital funds to reach the goal of £50,000 for their charity initiative,...

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Fast Feet for Charity Firewalk

The team at Russell Roof Tiles (RRT) are working hard to raise £50,000 for charity by hosting new and innovate events. Andy Iliff, from Russell Roof...

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L to R Colin Stevenson and Bruce Laidlaw

Colin Climbs Criffel

A local man from Lochmaben has completed the gruelling challenge of climbing to the top of the Criffel after suffering a stroke to raise money for...

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SUP Team Makes A Splash

Russell Roof Tiles charity SUP paddleboard team (stand up paddleboard) smashed their target and raised £3315.00 for mental health charity Mind,...

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Give 4 Good Charities

Russell Roof Tiles has announced an ambitious target to raise a record-breaking £50,000 for good causes this year. Called ‘Give 4 Good’ the project...

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Russell Roof Tiles Christmas Elves (L to R) Julie Ward, Nicola Trainor and Luke Fletcher

Christmas Cheer for Children

The staff team at pioneering roof tile manufacturer Russell Roof Tiles is supporting two children’s charities local to its sites this festive...

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Pitching For Pennies

Russell Roof Tiles staff have seen huge results in their various charity drives this year. Our annual golf day was a swinging success, raising...

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Adam’s American Adventure

Russell Roof Tiles recently sent a team from its Lochmaben site to improve the productivity of Florida-based sister company, Crown Roof Tiles....

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Sky’s the limit for Blood Bikes

Staff at pioneering roofing manufacturer Russell Roof Tiles have pulled out all the stops and raised an amazing £32,500 to help local vital services...

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Sky’s the limit for Blood Bikes

Staff at Russell Roof Tiles have pulled out all the stops this year and raised an amazing £32,500 to help local vital services. They have danced,...

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Top par for Pendleton

Following a successful year of fundraising by the Russell Roof Tiles team, Regional Sales Director James Pendleton will be putting himself through a...

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