Two of the La Roche Restoration team joined a few famous faces recently to help out on the popular BBC show DIY SOS.
Raphael and Wayne spent four days of the gruelling nine day schedule working alongside many talented and dedicated volunteers as the show was filmed in Monmouth earlier this month.
"It was a totally amazing experience and I would wholeheartedly recommend it to any tradesperson, we were so lucky to be able to be involved in such a worthwhile project" says La Roche Restoration proprietor and head of operations Raphael La Roche.
For more information on the build follow La Roche Restoration on Facebook and keep a look out for the boys on BBC One in the Autumn.
15th April 2016
Becoming a Member of the Club
9th May 2016
Today we offically became a member of the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce. We're very proud of this achievement and it really shows how much work the team have put in to become part of such a nationally recognised organisation.
Find out what it means to be a member of the Chamber Here.
La Roche Restoration are incredibly proud to support the Matravers family by sponsoring their annual charity cricket match in memory of their father Richard.
The twins Adam and Robert lost their father to Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in 2001 and have retained his love of cricket in the shape of this annual fundraising event for St Michael's Hospice where he spent his final weeks.
Cancer is something that has touched the families of both Raphael and Nickie very recently so this is something we are incredibly passionate in supporting.
Please give generously via the JustGiving page and we'd love to see as many families down there on the day as possible!
This One's For You Dad
12th July 2016
My brother Andre and I shared a passion for punk music. In fact he introduced me to it all those years ago, and many a raucous night was had at various gigs up and down the country celebrating our love of it.
He was my big brother- my idol from childhood- and we were as close as two brothers could be. Best friends. Until his sudden and unexpected death in November 2007 from undiagnosed Atherrosclerosis - a condition of the heart which causes the arteries to harden and cease to function.
So in his memory I began an Annual Punk Fest to raise cash for the British Heart Foundation.
Tickets are £5 on the door and all proceeds from sales and raffles go directly to British Heart Foundation in memory of my late brother Andre La Roche.
The fantastic line-up for the evening looks like this:
Claire Perkins with Liam Lee-Hynes
Purple Flavoured Death
On Trial UK
Prizes in the raffle include a haul of XSLF goodies donated by the Belfast legends themselves and punk culture inspired artworks from Simon Rogers and Markus Harvey.
Donations are gratefully received via JustGiving.
In Your Honour
11th October 2016