On Saturday 6th of April a team from Frylite took part in the Spar Omagh Half Marathon to raise money for Frylites fundraising efforts. A brilliant day was had by all and a big thank you to everyone who took part.
Frylite have been awarded a place on the Harbinson Mulholland Top 50 Homegrown Businesses 2019. We are delighted to be recognised as one of the top SMEs in Northern Ireland. Thank you to Harbinson Mulholland for a great afternoon at Titanic Belfast.
Frylite took part in the Samaritans Brew Monday on 28th January in our Strabane Depot. The staff in Strabane joined in to help beat the January blues by getting together with colleagues over a brew and raise vital funds for Samaritans. Over the last 64 years, Samaritans volunteers have helped save countless lives, but as
We’re giving a little back to the local economy this festive season by rewarding staff with the Christmas bonus of InStrabane gift cards. The cards are one of a number of initiatives being rolled out by the Strabane Business Improvement District (BID) company to help maximise retail and tourism footfall in the town this Christmas.
Congratulations to our National Sales Manager George McCay on winning the Lawson Cup matchplay at Strabane Golf Club. Well done George
Congratulations and well done to all our winners who received their awards at The Frylite Charity Gala Ball on Saturday 3rd November 2018. EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR 2018 – Aoife Doherty MANAGER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2018 – Rafal Rogulski CUSTOMER SERVICE AWARD 2018 – Colum Hassan DRIVER OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2018 – Paul Diver
On Saturday 13th October 2018, Eamon McCay, founder/Managing Director of Frylite and the Senior Management team opted to sleep out overnight in Strabane Co.Tyrone to raise both awareness and funds to tackle the issue of homelessness across Ireland. Currently we have raised over £10,000 for a variety of charities and The Frylite Sleep Out is just
The Bank of Ireland (Strabane Branch) held a coffee morning on Friday 12th October in advance of The Frylite SleepOut in Strabane to raise awareness and raise funds to tackle the issue of homelessness across Ireland. £541.00 was raised and all proceeds of the coffee morning will go to a variety of charities including the