Flannery is committed to supporting local communities and enhancing our social value. We continue to successfully engage with communities that may be directly affected by our work, through skills events, charity work and sponsorship opportunities.

We have actively attend career and skills shows across the county with our core focus on promoting career opportunities within the local communities.

As a business we work with a number of charity partners including The Lighthouse Club, BBC Children in Need and St Basils.

For a full round up of our CSR activities download our CSR Case Study.

Educating the next generation

For many years now, Flannery has recognised the benefits of showing school and college students what the Plant industry is all about. Regular school and college engagement days are held at Flannery sites across the UK, where students of all ages get the chance to see the machines in action, learn about career paths, have a go in the plant simulator, and even try their hand at operating a machine. 

Proud to partner with Children in Need 2019

Flannery was proud to supply the DIY SOS: Big Build team with a telehandler and mini digger for the duration of the charity build. 

These unique spotty machines are now available for you to hire, with all of the rental charge being donated to the charity. So far over £30,000 has been donated to BBC Children in Need with an impressive £14,000 raised on the official fundraising page.

St Basils

In the summer of 2019 Flannery held a Charity Golf Day at the Belfry, which raised over £25,000 for St Basils – a Birmingham charity which works to support young people and prevent homelessness. 

The Lighthouse Club

Since 1956 the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity has been supporting construction workers and their families. They are perhaps best known for the Construction Industry Helpline. A free 24/7 phone service, offering help and advice on many subjects including mental health, legal and financial aid.

Flannery continues to raise money by attending, taking part and promoting this important industry supporter.