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 July 2017



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Member News

O’Connor Fencing Ltd

The PSSA welcomes recent recruit O’Connor Fencing Ltd into

membership. Established in 1979 O’Connor Fencing Ltd has

grown to be one of the specialist market leaders in the supply and

installation of security fencing. A family run business, the company

was founded by Stephen O’Connor who was joined later by sons

Gary and Alan. They operate fromWhitehaven in west Cumbria

where the offices and workshops are housed under one roof in a

purpose built facility of over 45,000 sq ft.



Look for news and features on all our new members in future issues of the PSSA Newsletter.

Rosehill Security

Rosehill Security (part of the Rosehill Polymers Group) is another

new PSSA member company. They have developed innovative

engineered rubber vehicle security barriers and perimeter security

products, to protect and defend sensitive buildings and infrastructure

from criminal or terrorist attack. Requiring no foundations, these

surface mounted systems can be rapidly deployed as temporary or

permanent security measures, as part of a comprehensive security

strategy. Their products were successfully showcased at Security &

Counter Terror Expo. See .

Directors of Security Company Complete 237-mile Bike

Ride for Charity

The directors of Yorkshire-based hostile

vehicle mitigation manufacturer, Heald

Ltd have completed a gruelling 237-

mile bike ride from Kent to Paris in aid

of national charities, Stem4 and Cancer

Research UK.

Directors of the family business, Rod and

Debbie Heald undertook the challenge in

gruelling temperatures of over 30 degrees

Celsius to raise almost £5000 for two

national charities, Cancer Research UK and

teenage and young adult mental health

support organisation, Stem4.

Cycling an average of 55 miles per day,

Rod and Debbie were met with many

challenges along the way, including flat

tyres and a broken spoke and wheel.

Finishing the journey at Notre Dame,

Managing Director Debbie Heald

commented “It felt like a great achievement

to not only finish the bike ride, but to have

raised a great amount for two fantastic

charities that have played a large part in

supporting those close to us and making a

difference to many others across the UK”.

Debbie and Rod are already planning to

take part in similar bike ride next year, to

continue raising funds for charity.

To top up the fundraising efforts, please





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