Category Archives: Community Work

Three Peaks in under 24 hours

By Marina Mann

On Saturday, 23rd June, six of our most athletic Glingos took on the Three Peaks Challenge in aid of Duchenne UK. The boys flew in from all over the world to take part in this challenge and contribute to this …

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Three Peaks in under 24 hours

Global Lingo helps build new school playground in conjunction with Bryan Adams Foundation

By Richard Michie

  Every year Global Lingo nominates a charity they would like to work with. For 2017 Global Lingo donated to the Bryan Adams Foundation’s project to renovate a central London primary school’s playground. Global Lingo’s Chairman and Owner, Andrew Trotter …

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Global Lingo helps build new school playground in conjunction with Bryan Adams Foundation

Hats off to Wear a Hat Day!

By Mark Williams

Global Lingo London love to get involved in walking, baking, more baking, and even running like Wally for charity and, after raising over £1,600 for the National Literacy Trust in 2014, they are looking

Book and Bake Sale – Halloween style

By Mark Williams

After the success of the last Book and Bake Sale, Global Lingo London has conducted round two this Monday – only this time, they did it in

Literary cake sale a slap-up success

By Mark Williams

Imagine being curled up in your favourite chair, a steaming cup of tea and slice of cake

Jonny’s running to help beat cancer

By Andrew Trotter

Jonny Bates, from the Global Lingo office in Leeds, spent the afternoon finding out about all the great work done by the

Imagine if you couldn’t read or write

By Mark Williams

Imagine for a moment that you can’t read, and that the current sentence makes no more sense to you than this: thadshjdf dfsilug

One night ‘roughing it’ translating into help for the homeless of Leeds

By Andrew Trotter

On September 26th Global Lingo team members

Global Lingo raise £560 for the Multiple Sclerosis Society

By Andrew Trotter

Global Lingo staff raised £280 for the MS Society, as part of an away weekend in the Lake District. The amount was

Beatriz and Ana raise £535 for Race for Life

By Andrew Trotter

Ever eager to do their bit for charity, especially if it can be combined with a short run (five kilometres in this case), Ana and