John and Debbie Williams, co-founders of one of Wiltshire’s most successful heating and plumbing companies, are hosting a charity Black Tie Ball to celebrate 15 years in business.
The pair, who started their company from their Chippenham home in 2004, now employ a team of 26 and are known as the ‘go-to’ company serving Wiltshire and Bath.
Dedicated to their community, John Williams Heating Services, is also known for the charitable projects they support and the community events they sponsor every year including the Chippenham Half Marathon, the Chippenham Soap Box Derby and the Chippenham Christmas Light Switch On.
Their gala ball, taking place on Saturday April 13 at the Neeld Community and Arts Centre in the High Street, will raise funds for the British Heart Foundation. Tickets are £30 each.
This charity is close to John and Debbie’s hearts after Steve Williams, John’s father, passed away suddenly in December 2017 due to heart failure at the age of 75. John has already personally raised £1,500 for the charity by running the Chippenham Half Marathon.
Debbie said: “Running a small business is hard work and also a huge privilege and we believe in celebrating every milestone as well as giving back.
“This event allows us to celebrate with friends, families and fellow business owners while doing something good to support research into heart disease – something which has affected our family and many others.”
John said: “We want to celebrate with everyone who has been part of our journey in business and thank them for their support and loyalty over the last 15 years. We could not have imagined when we started out where we would be today.”
To book a ticket for the Black Tie Ball visit Event Brite.
Pictured above: Debbie and John Williams