Dyce Opens its Doors to Hospitality

We are pleased to announce that we will be opening our doors once more to hospitality businesses.

After a three-month freeze on this sector we are now allowing pubs, clubs, restaurants, and hotels to be re-quoted again for the first time. We have updated our credit policy, so if these businesses meet the below criteria, we will be happy to welcome them into Dyce Energy.

To view our full credit policy please visit our downloads page here

If you are interested in becoming a partner of Dyce then please contact us: 01709 357315 or email: [email protected]

Spooky Support for Breast Cancer Now

In an effort to raise money for our chosen charity for 2019/20 everyone at Dyce Energy took part in a fancy-dress day at our Head Office in Wath Upon Dearne. Scary games, spooky cakes and buns and a frightening quiz was enough to raise over £80 towards our annual target.

 

 
Thanks to everyone who took part, we look forward to another terrifying event in 2020.

 

Wear it Pink Day 2019

In October 2019 the whole team at Dyce Energy ‘Wore it Pink!’. In an effort to raise awareness and money for our chosen charity Breast Cancer Now we took part in the national event at our Head Office in Wath Upon Dearne.

Breast Cancer Now is a charity in the United Kingdom which was formed in 2015. It is the United Kingdom’s largest breast cancer charity.

 
With pink cakes, sweets and several office activities we managed to raise over £800 to help Breast Cancer Now in their action plan to ensure that by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live.

We were not only pleased to see Dyce Energy employees involved but also received several signs of support form our suppliers and Partners.

 
We would like to thank everyone for their donations and effort towards a great cause.
We hope you’ll join us and ‘Wear it Pink’ in 2020.

 

Dyce Energy Supports The Woodland Trust

We are pleased to announce our support for the Woodland Trust.

The Woodland Trust are the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity. The work that they do helps to protect, restore and create woodland areas in the UK. The Woodland Trust is currently responsible for over 1,000 sites, covering over 26,000 hectares of land.

Managing Director at Dyce Energy Carl Fisher said “The Woodland Trust is a dedicated charity which embodies the same values as Dyce Energy. We are committed to supporting their good work to protect Britain’s countryside and help to grow new life into our woodland areas. We look forward to working with the Woodland Trust to continue their good work across Britain’s forests and countryside.”