Ayjay Group officially launched its 12-month fundraising campaign #AyjayChallenge25 at the beginning of this month, and we’ve been overwhelmed by the enthusiasm of our staff to get involved and raise valuable funds for our three chosen charities: the RNLI, St. David’s Hospice Care and The Prince’s Trust.

Ayjay Group Technical Director Craig Price, Senior Project Engineer Paul Beament and Group Contracts Manager Anthony Daisley have agreed to tackle the Saundersfoot Triathlon in September 2022, a fitting challenge to bring the curtain down on our #AyjayChallenge25 fundraising calendar.

Craig commented: “It’s something I have wanted to do for a long time and now is the perfect opportunity to do so, raising funds for three incredible charities.

“Having been stuck indoors for so long with COVID restrictions, it will be great to be able to train outdoors for a range of disciplines. Anthony, Paul and I have 12 months now to prepare ourselves for each of the three disciplines, and we are both looking forward to the challenge.”


We are excited to be launching our first #AyjayChallenge25 fundraiser this November, with colleagues from across the business battling to be named Ayjay’s Best Baker!

Ayjay House will play host on Thursday 25th November as contestants face the judges to see who knows their battenburg from their bakewell, in the ultimate test of culinary cuisine.

We will be opening up votes across our social media channels from Thursday 25th midday, closing on Friday 26th midday, so make sure to give us a follow and place your vote.

Twitter – https://bit.ly/3pMXKzI

Instagram – https://bit.ly/2XRclhV

LinkedIn – https://bit.ly/3mmbFKT


To make a donation to the #AyjayChallenge25 campaign please visit our GoFundMe page. If you wish to donate to one of our three chosen charities specifically, please add this to your donation notes and we will ensure this is split upon completion of the challenge in September 2022.