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1st August 2019 / Company news

Connor Broadley at the Royal Academy

Starting today we’re pleased to announce a new partnership with the Royal Academy as one of its corporate members.  We’re proud to be supporting not only a neighbour, but also one of the world’s great art institutions. We look forward to working with the RA in the coming year and enjoying its fantastic facilities and exhibitions.

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16th July / Company news

Hot town, summer in the city

On a sticky July evening, Connor Broadley took a 12 strong team to compete in the Standard Chartered Great City Race 2019. Whilst some of us took the ‘race’ more seriously than others, we all had a great time meandering around the closed off roads of the usually bustling Square Mile. On reaching the finish line at the Artillery Garden, we all cooled off with a well-earned pint of London Pride.

Funds raised from The Standard Chartered Great City Race 2019 went towards Futuremakers, who tackle inequality and promote greater economic inclusion for young people in a number of global communities. To find out more, visit;


7th June 2019 / Company news

Pounding the streets of London

Connor Broadley recently supported the charity Crisis by entering its annual Square Mile Run. The four-mile course took the team past a number of London landmarks including St Paul’s, Shakespeare’s Globe and Tate Modern.

After a competitive race and the gruelling heat of a warm June evening, the team retired to The Albion, conveniently close to the finish line in Blackfriars to rehydrate.

Crisis works side by side with people to help them rebuild their lives. With decades of experience of working with thousands of homeless people, it helps individuals leave homelessness behind them for good. To find out more, visit;


30th May 2019 / Company news

A tournament of two halves

On Wednesday night Connor Broadley F.C. made its third consecutive appearance in the Nordoff Robins Cup at Crystal Palace’s Selhurst Park ground. Kitted out in day-glo pink, the team’s stylish football saw it cruise through the 7-a-side group phase with four wins, one draw and no goals conceded. As group winners, the team went into the knock-out phase brimming with confidence. Sadly, the switch for the semi-final to 11-a-side teams on a full-size pitch proved a step too far. Disappointment aside, it marks our most successful campaign to date and the one-nil defeat to the tournament’s eventual winners didn’t take the edge off an enjoyable evening.

Nordoff Robbins is the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK, dedicated to changing the lives of vulnerable and isolated people. It supports thousands of people through its own centres and by working in over 150 partnerships with a wide range of organisations including care homes, schools and hospitals. To find out more, visit;