Mind over Matter… Jon takes on the Swiss Epic Challenge

August 2019

This August Jon will be competing in the Swiss Epic Mountain Bike Event raising funds for the Mind Charity.

This is a demanding five-day stage race across the Alps; climbing 12,000 meters and covering 350 kilometres. Starting in Davos, the route takes the riders to St Moritz, onto Lenzerheide and back to Davos. With a fresh new route each year, it’s a unique test of endurance, resolve and skill with the staggering beauty of the snow-capped, jagged skyline set as the perfect antidote to the physical and mental demands of off-road racing. The event is open to two-person teams, top professionals and ambitious amateurs alike.

Every year, one in four of us will experience a mental health problem. But hundreds of thousands of people are still struggling. Lowe have a dedicated welfare team in place to provide confidential support and advice to any employee who needs it… Caring for our staffs’ well-being is an important part of our day to day management.

As awareness increases about mental health, fundraising for Mind is significant to enable the support and advice to be available for everyone. Mind believe no-one should have to face a mental health problem alone.

Jon and his team partner Guy Cobbe have been training since January this year and, having put in an average of 18 hours a week, 6 days a week – they are now ready to take on this incredible challenge. If you are able to show your support please follow the link below to the Just Giving Page.



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Race for Life

July 2019

Kate, our Marketing Manager, completed her 10k Race for Life on Sunday 7th July, raising funds for Cancer Research UK.  “The event was full of the most inspiring people sharing their own personal stories and raising thousands of pounds for this invaluable charity. As we were reminded before the mass warm up; we were not athletes trying to beat records, but running and walking for the continuing research into Cancer, and help fight this disease which currently affects 1 in 2 of us during our life time. Thank you to everyone who supported me, it was a great event”.


The Icing on the Cake… Lowe’s Bake Day Sale for Age UK

February 2019

Well done everyone and thank you all so much for your generosity & support for Age UK Leicester Shire & Rutland we raised a fantastic …. £138.11

Age UK Leicestershire & Rutland is an Independent, local charity helping maintain the dignity, privacy & independence of older people. The Age UK Charity provides services to meet local needs and works hard to help for a better quality of later life. This is a Charity that will be here for each and every one of us in our later life.

The valuable service they offer include:

. Companionship and support tackling loneliness and isolation

. Hosting Community Groups in rural areas

. Home Care

. Gardening & Handyman Service

. Respite support for Carers

. One to one support for Dementia patients and their families

. Lunch clubs

. Support for our veterans

. Digital confidence assistance and on-line form filling

. Macmillan Cancer Support service

. Community resource centres for social activities, hairdressing, advice & information.

A great day was had, some amazing food & many thanks also to our Clients & Suppliers for joining us. Pictured. Nicky from Age UK, Judith who nominated the Charity for February and our Managing Director Jon.


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2018, Another Great Year

February 2019

We are very pleased to share with you that 2018 proved to be another successful year for Lowe Electrical. We enjoyed completing a wide range of exciting projects across all sectors with our valued existing customers and new customers too. Read more from our January Newsletter here…


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Lowe Electrical welcome the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge

November 2018

Today, as part of their visit to Leicester, Prince William and Kate will be visiting the University of Leicester.

They will meet with University’s Centenary scholars and hear about some of the education programmes that Leicester City Football Club have helped to support, including a £1m donation by Mr Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha which is helping to fund medical research and training.

Lowe Electrical were asked to carry out lighting of the 50ft tree in the University’s grounds in readiness for the Royal visit.