The Cambridge Dictionary states: Corporate Social Responsibility is the idea that a company should be interested in and willing to help society and the environment as well as be concerned about the products and profits it makes.

We don’t just see this as an idea - wherever and whenever possible we actively try to make a difference:

Every little helps…

Like all businesses we generate waste in the form of paper, cardboard and plastics. We pride ourselves on dealing with this waste responsibly by recycling wherever possible. This means our staff take the time to separate any plastics the can be recycled from those that cannot be recycled; the cardboard paper and daily shredding are all bagged up and collected regularly by our waste management contractor; and if at all possible we re-use.  Additionally, we use a reputable local firm for our bulk secure shredding requirements.

Helping others…

We actively support St Peter & St James Hospice through various fund raising activities including staff sponsored participation in local sporting events, specific sponsorship of events put on by the Hospice, and being part of their annual Make a Will Scheme.   

We had great pleasure in hosting a coffee morning in May 2015 in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. We were delighted that this event raised over £300 for Macmillian. It was also an eye-opener to see (and taste) the baking talents of all our staff! Delicious!

We had great pleasure in being part of the Holy Trinity Christmas Tree Festival in December 2015, which raised over £6,000 for Chestnut Tree House Children's Hospice. We are hoping to take part in the festival again this year so please see our News & Events section for an update closer to the time.

We support young talent through ART on the Line. A local initiative launched in May 2013 as part of Southern Rail’s station improvement program.

Rupert Rohan is Chairman of The Cheyne Charity for Children with Cerebral Palsy. Support from Rohan Solicitors has been in place for many years – Rupert's father was a founding member. Having worked part-time in the London premises of the Charity whilst completing his legal studies, Rupert understands some of the issues the charity faces in assisting families to cope.

Rupert is also the Chairman and a founding member of the Carlos Acosta International Dance Foundation.

On a more active note, Martyn Cremin is kept very busy with East Grinstead Hockey Club. He is a fully qualified hockey coach and gives up most evenings during the week to coach a wide range of ages. Martyn is also a current member/player for the England World Cup Veterans.