Charity

Lochailort are proud to support Sebastian’s Action Trust – a registered charity formed in 2004 with the primary aim of realising the dying wish of nine-year-old Sebastian Gates, who wanted to create a respite centre for life-limited children.

Lochailort have devoted their personal and professional resources to the construction of The Bluebells, the UK’s first purpose-built facility offering vital specialist respite breaks to the families of seriously ill and life-limited children with additional emotional, social and practical support.

Currently Lochailort are helping to further develop Sebastian’s second outreach facility The Woodlands which will include two specially adapted lodges enabling more families to receive much needed support and enjoy respite breaks away from the rigours of hospital appointments and gruelling treatments.

Lochailort continue to show their wholehearted support with fundraising events.

A Word from Sebastian's Action Trust...

“Sebastian’s Action Trust is a grateful recipient of many forms of support offered by Lochailort Investments Limited through their commitment to corporate social responsibility. As a charity with limited experience in property matters we have benefitted enormously over the years from the expertise and guidance Lochailort have provided in relation to the acquisition of property, managing planning applications and sourcing a range of specialist services that have assisted with the construction of our flagship facilities. Moreover, Lochailort recognise the importance of diversifying income streams and have recently helped us to acquire a new retail opportunity which will underpin our plans for growth of services in the future.”

“We are so grateful for the generosity and commitment of all at Lochailort. We are proud to work in partnership with such an esteemed organisation and look forward to continuing our successful collaboration in the future.”

Jane Gates OBE
CEO, Sebastian’s Action Trust
www.sebastiansactiontrust.org

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