Frylite asked the renowned Omagh based photographer Tony Moore to commission a unique photograph in the local area to celebrate our 30th celebrations.
Tony’s latest International award winning commission is on display in the boardroom of the Frylite Headquarters in Strabane.
This Derry City cityscape, achieved the top placed “Judges Choice Award” with the Societies of Photographers Competition, coming ahead of 1173 other entries from all around the world!
We are absolutely delighted with our beautiful photograph & congratulations to Tony on winning such a prestigious award.
Well done to all the Frylite team in Strabane who raised £686.40 through a breakfast morning held on 8th February 2018 for local search and rescue group Strabane Community Rescue Service, who were involved in the search for Mrs Lesley McHugh.
Her son Damien Mc Hugh is pictured presenting the cheque to Ivan Barr treasurer of Strabane Community Rescue Service.
Frylite and Food Waste Diversion (FWD) attended the IFEX show on 20 – 22nd March 2018 at the Titanic Exhibition Centre in Belfast.
The IFEX exhibition is Northern Ireland’s premier showcase of equipment, interiors and food & drink products for the foodservice, retail and hospitality sectors.
It is a must-attend event that attracts over 6,000 key buyers from Northern Ireland, Ireland & GB.
We had a lovely visit from Multi-Michelin star award-winning chef, Jean-Christophe Novelli at our brand new exhibition stand.
Food Waste Diversion Stand got a visit from Freddie FWD
The Frylite team had a great time attending IFEX 2018 in Belfast
Our Dublin Depot manager Kevin French presenting a Christmas Donation to the Feed Our Homeless Inner City Dublin charity.
During this season of goodwill, Frylite have decided to give donations to Charities in lieu of Christmas Cards. The donations have been split between chosen charities close to our various depots and we hope our contributions will go in a small way to help those in need of our support.
Feed our Homeless Inner City
St Vincent De Paul
Fundraiser for Chemotherapy Day Unit at University Hospital Kerry
Irish Guide Dogs
Irish Red Cross – Fundraising for victims of flooding in Carndonagh Area
A big thanks to all Frylite staff who carried out many fund raising activities to raise funds for Marie Curie. Marie Curie was Frylite’s dedicated charity for the past year. Over £8000 was raised via cake sale, raffles, sponsored walks, and by participating the arduous sea to summit challenge – a cycle- run duathlon plus ascent up Croagh Patrick mountain!
Sheena Havlin from Marie Curie who visited Frylite to thank staff said “This is a fantastic total. A massive well done and thank you to all involved. The money raised covers the cost for over 400 hours of nursing care in the local community”