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Free Food Packages for Kids

Following the lead of Manchester United and England star Marcus Rashford, PK Motors along with councils and other companies will pledge to help feed disadvantaged children over the school half term.

We have many free food packages available, so please contact us directly via social media or this website to arrange collection.

Businesses and North East Sports celebrities turn-out to raise funds for Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer UK has received a welcome boost thanks to a host of local North East businesses and sports celebrities who have clubbed together to help raise over £7,000 for the leading men’s health charity.

Gathering at the annual PK Motors charity golf day held at Northumberland’s Matfen Hall golf course, the 26 teams who took part gave generously to raise funds and awareness of the disease, which kills one man every 45 minutes.

Guests of honour were Olympic gold medallist and world record holder Jonathan Edwards, CBE and former Durham and England cricketer Phil Mustard.

The fund-raising golf day was inspired by Paul Keighley, owner of PK Motors, who has a friend who is receiving vital treatment for Prostate cancer. The total figure raised was boosted by a raffle and auction at the golf day and Paul’s personal Just Giving page.
Tracey Pritchard, Director of Fundraising & Supporter Engagement at Prostate Cancer UK, said:“Golf has been so influential in helping us spread the word about prostate cancer, but sadly this disease is not yet out of bounds.

“Prostate cancer is now the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the UK, but due to the impact of Covid-19, our life-saving research is at risk. However, we can protect research into better tests and treatments to stop prostate cancer being a killer, through people supporting us like Paul.

“We want to make prostate cancer something that the next generation of men do not fear and will continue to stand side by side with men and their loved ones.
“We thank Paul and everyone who took part in the charity golf day for going the extra mile.”

Paul Keighley, Owner of PK Motors, Swalwell, said: “I have a friend who is receiving treatment for prostate cancer and I therefore decided to hold my annual charity golf day in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.

“We had a fabulous day’s golf and I would personally like to thank everyone and all the businesses that took part and gave up their valuable time and contributed hard-earned money to help this worthwhile cause.”

Jonathan Edwards, former Triple-Jumper, Olympic gold medallist and world record holder, said, “I was delighted to accept the invitation to the golf day and help raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer.

“It was also great to see so many local businesses turn-out and help support the fight against this terrible disease.”

The winners on the day were Frontier Group, the longest drive was made by Simon Milne, Lookers VW Silverlink and nearest the pin, David Hails.

Many people are unaware that prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. Over 400,000 men are living with prostate cancer in the UK. Covid-19 will have implications for everyone, and men with prostate cancer will be affected.

Olympic Gold

Delighted to handover a BMW M Sport X Drive to triple jump world record holder and Olympic gold medalist Jonathan Edwards today, who posed for a quick snap before driving away in his new purchase.

PK Motors raises £17,000 for Sepsis UK

Independent used car retailer PK Motors has raised more than £17,000 for the Sepsis UK Trust in memory of family friend Jess McEnroe, who died from the condition aged just 26.

The Newcastle-based retailer handed its latest donation of £11,174 to the charity after hosting a golf day held at Matfen Hall golf course, in Northumberland, which was attended by local members of the motor trade, businesses and customers.

PK Motors’ efforts will be added to the £50,000 fund raising campaign which was set up by Newcastle-based advertising and marketing business Drummond Central in memory of their work colleague Jess, who died suddenly of sepsis in 2017, aged just 26-years-old.

The owner of PK Motors, Paul Keighley, whose daughter was a friend a colleague of Jess, said: “We are all delighted to support this amazing fund raising campaign set up in memory of Jess.

“Sepsis is a terrible illness and can strike at any time. It’s truly inspirational that we had so many businesses and customers taking part in the golf day and contributing their hard earned money to this worthwhile cause.

“We all had a fabulous day’s golf and I wish to thank everyone that took part, contributed to my Just Giving page and helped to organise the day.”

Drummond Central managing director, Dan Appleby, said: “Over the last two years we’ve done everything we can as a team and as a business to hit our target of raising £50k for The UK Sepsis Trust to honour our friend and colleague Jess.

“But we wouldn’t have been able to achieve this without the help from Paul and the team at PK Motors.

“What they’ve contributed to the cause is beyond anything we had imagined and everyone at Drummond Central is so grateful for their continued support, enthusiasm and love.

“There’s just no way we could have done this without them. It’s been an incredibly emotional, sometimes difficult time, but we’re delighted to have raised so much for The UK Sepsis Trust and we know that Jess would be proud of us all.”

The total figure raised was boosted by a raffle and auction at the golf day and Keighley’s personal Just Giving page.

For information on how to contribute to Drummond Central’s £50,000 fund raising campaign please visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/for-our-jess

Sepsis fund raising campaign reaches £25,000 following generous donation from local business

A charity campaign set up to raise £50,000 for Sepsis UK following the tragic death of a work colleague, has reached the half-way mark following its latest donation of over £7,000.

Newcastle based business Drummond Central set up the fund raising campaign in memory of their work colleague Jess McEnroe, who sadly lost her life to Sepsis aged just 26 years old in 2017 and following its latest donation has now reached an amazing £25,000.

Swalwell based  PK Motors held a charity golf day at Northumberland’s prestigious Matfen Hall golf course attended by local businesses and the fund raising was bolstered by a raffle and auction and a personal Just Giving page, the final figure reaching an impressive total of over £7,000.

Dan Appleby, Managing Director of Drummond Central, said, “Sepsis is a charity close to our hearts after we lost our wonderful friend and colleague, J-Mac. Paul, PK Motors and everyone connected to the fundraising golf day have done more than we could have hoped for to help us reach our £50,000 target and we are so very grateful for their efforts and support.

“We still have an active programme of on-going events including staff taking part in the Great North run in September and we won’t stop until we have hit our £50,000 target.” he added.

Paul Keighley, owner of PK Motors, said, “We are all delighted to support this amazing fund raising campaign set up in memory of  Jess.

“Sepsis is a terrible illness and can strike at anytime. It’s truly inspirational that we had so many businesses and customers taking part in the golf day and contributing their hard earned money to this worthwhile cause.

“We all had a fabulous days golf and I wish to thank everyone that took part, contributed to my Just Giving page and helped to organise the day.”

Bernard Bloodworth, Managing Director, Matfen Hall Hotel, Golf and Spa said, “We were delighted to host this event one of the busiest golf day in our calendar, and it was very pleasing to see so many teams turn out for this worthwhile cause. ”

Businesses entering teams were JMF Print Group Limited, Tyne Valley Motor Homes, Barclays Bank, Autoprotect, Meldrum Construction, Arthur Turnbull Associates, Steve Hazon Associates, Swalwell Cricket Club, Davison Solutions, Wilsons Auctions, Dip Stick Research, Moneyway, Take The Biscuit, Pirtek Limited, The Frontier Group, NC Insurance, Matfen Hall, Sunderland Coachworks, Neeco Ltd, Barker Advisory Ltd, Phil Henry & Co Ltd, Status Security, Manheim Auction, Mike Boldon, Omega Plastic, Dick Betteridge, Motonovo Finance,Lookers VW Silverlink and AIE Fixings Ltd.

For further information on how you can contribute to Drummond Central’s £50,000 fund raising campaign please visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/for-our-jess.

For further information about Sepsis or how to fund raise or volunteer please visit https://sepsistrust.org/about/.

‘Driving’ ahead for Sepsis as campaign reaches £10,000 mark.

A local north east business has clubbed together to help raise over £6,000 for the Sepsis UK Trust. Organising a charity golf day held at Northumberlands prestigious Matfen Hall golf course, the event was attended by local businesses and customers of PK Motors.

The fund raising was bolstered by a raffle and auction and a personal Just Giving page and the money raised will go directly towards a £50,000 fund raising campaign, set up by Newcastle based business Drummond Central, in memory of their work colleague Jess McEnroe who sadly lost her life to Sepsis aged just 26 years old in 2017.

Paul Keighley, owner of PK Motors, said, “We are all delighted to support this amazing fund raising campaign set up in memory of  Jess.

“Sepsis is a terrible illness and can strike at anytime. It’s truly inspirational that we had so many businesses and customers taking part in the golf day and contributing their hard earned money to this worthwhile cause.

“We all had a fabulous days golf and I wish to thank everyone that took part, contributed to my Just Giving page and helped to organise the day.”

Bernard Bloodworth, Managing Director, Matfen Hall Hotel, Golf and Spa said,”We were delighted to host this event for the third year running, which has now become the busiest golf day in our calendar, and it was very pleasing to see so many teams turn out for this worthwhile cause. ”

Beth Hazon, Managing Director, Drummond Central, said, “This is an amazing gesture by everyone connected to the fund raising golf day.

“Sepsis is a charity close to our hearts and this significant contribution from PK Motors will go a long way towards us reaching our £50,000 target.

“We have an active programme of on-going events including staff taking part in the Great North run in September and we won’t stop until we have at least met the £50,000 target.” she added.

The winning teams on the day included Auto Protect Warranties, Dipstick Research, Wilsons Auctions .

Other businesses entering teams were JMF Print, Motor Novo Finance, Volkswagen Lookers, Status Security, Netcall, Tiger Communications, Davison Solutions, The Frontier Group, Tyne Valley Motor Homes, Manheim Auctions, Beecham Peacock, Jobling and Turnbull Ltd, Next Gear Capital, Swalwell Cricket Club, Neeco Ltd, Sunderland Coach Works and Take The Biscuit.

PK Motors is based at Swalwell, Sands Industrial Estate, NE16 3DJ.

For further information on how you can contribute to Drummond Central’s £50,000 fund raising campaign please visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/for-our-jess. For further information about Sepsis or how to fund raise or volunteer please visit https://sepsistrust.org/about/.

PK Motors Golf Day

Alan Shearer CBE said,

“I am delighted that PK Motors has held their annual golf day in aid of my foundation and the Alan Shearer Centre. All the money raised stays in the region and goes directly to helping the less fortunate. I wish to personally thank Paul and everyone that gave up their value time to take part in the golf day and for the significant amount of money raised.”

Shear Class!

A fund raising charity golf day has raised over £5,000 for local charity the Lily Foundation. The money was raised by 140 local golfers and businesses who took part in the inaugural ‘PK Motors Golf Day’ at Matfen Hall.

And as a gesture of goodwill Newcastle and England Football legend Alan Shearer made a special appearance to handover the sizeable cheque to members of the charity on behalf PK Motors.

The Lily Foundation is a charity set up to support children and families affected by Mitochondrial. The foundation are making huge strives with diagnosing families and working with top scientists to find a cure. The disease prevents the body’s cells from producing sufficient energy and can lead to seizures, breathing difficulties, muscle weakness, diabetes and fatigue.

Paul Keighley, director of PK Motors, who organised the event, said:

“It was a fantastic day from start to finish and we were delighted with the amount raised which will go directly to the Lily Foundation. To have Big AL on hand to present the cheque was just the icing on the cake for us and I wish to thank all the golfers and local businesses that took part and Matfen Hall Golf Club and Hotel who hosted the event.” 

Auction prizes, including a week’s holiday for four within a golf complex at the Costa del Sol, a Euro ’96 England shirt signed by Alan Shearer, a cricket bat signed by the Durham County Cricket Club team, a rugby ball signed by the Newcastle Falcons and a Sunderland AFC shirt signed by Niall Quinn and Kevin Phillips.

PK Motors Swoops to sponsor local talent.

Following successful sponsorship’s of local cricket and football teams in the area, Swalwell based motor retailer PK Motors,  is spreading its wings further into the community, this time teaming-up with ‘up and coming’ Falcons rugby star Andrew Foster.

Born and bred in Blaydon 23 year-old  Foster has successfully moved through the ranks of local rugby, eventually getting his chance to star in the first team of the Premier League Rugby Union giants.

Speaking about about the sponsorship ‘Fozzy’ said, “This is a great gesture by PK Motor’s. I have lived in the area all my life and its fantastic that a local company from the area where I live has chosen to sponsor me.”

Paul Keighley, Owner of PK Motors, said, “When I heard that individual player sponsorship’s at the Falcons were up for grabs I moved quickly to  secure my man.

“Fozzy is a great ambassador for the area and is always giving up his time up to help other sporting talent and attending events. As a local business, this is my way of giving something back to the development of sport and the local community.”

Mick Hogan, Managing Director, Falcons, said “To help local businesses work with and associate themselves with sporting talent we offer businesses and individuals the exclusive opportunity to sponsor a player. This season’s programme of player sponsorship’s has again been very well supported and we are delighted that PK Motors has chosen to support the scheme and sponsor Andrew Foster, who has recently played in the first team.”

PK Motors is based in Swalwell and has quickly established itself as a successful and reputable Motor Retailer based in the North East and across the UK. Recently they opened a new indoor car showroom which displays up to 35 quality used and nearly new cars.

All vehicles offer a minimum 12 month warranty endorsed by Halfords Auto Centre including 12 months MOT and free from advisories.

PK Motors delighted to be ‘batting’ for Allendale CC.

PK Motors is delighted to be official car sponsor of Allendale Cricket Club. We are a local business and pleased to announce our support for such a highly regarded and successful community cricket club.

We are enjoying exciting times at PK Motors and since opening our doors nearly three years ago  we have quickly established ourselves as a successful and reputable motor retailer based in the North East and across the UK.

Due to overwhelming demand and popularity we have recently invested in a new indoor car showroom which now display up to 35 quality used and nearly new cars. All our vehicles now offer a minimum 12 month warranty endorsed by Auto Centre including 12 months MOT and free from advisories.

We pride ourselves in providing the highest levels of customer service and value-for-money and have a huge passion and desire to find the best possible car for your personal needs and most importantly your budget.

Why PK Motors?

Highly recommended!

Paul from PK Motors was a great help. Many thanks . I would definitely use PK Motors in the future and would recommend you to give them a look, you won’t be disappointed.

Why PK Motors?

Highly recommended!

Paul from PK Motors was a great help. Many thanks . I would definitely use PK Motors in the future and would recommend you to give them a look, you won’t be disappointed.

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