The charity Help for Heroes was launched in October 2007 in order to provide direct, practical support to wounded injured and sick Service personnel and their families. All the funds raised to date are either allocated or spent on the direct, practical support of those wounded in the current conflicts. To date, H4H has funded a variety of projects including the £8m Rehabilitation Complex at Headley Court, a new £3.5m treatment centre for Combat Stress, adaptive adventure training through the Battle Back programme and the creation of a £6m Quick Reaction Fund to support individuals in need.

A-Star Traffic Management are proud to support all of these worthwhile chairities.

Quedgeley Parish Council are organising a mile run on the 23rd march 2014, we are most pleased to provide the Traffic Management for this event for more details click here

Sean Allerton has already completed 500 miles in his wheel chair to raise money for Flying Scholarships for the Disabled and other charities. He has now embarked on another 500 miles to be completed on various RAF bases around the country. We will be making a donation to Push 500 and we wish Sean well in his quest.

Gary Gardener on behalf of the Stroud based Charity The door youth project, www.thedooryouthproject.org.uk , is holding a truck pull at Merrywalk Stroud Easter Monday 12.00 27/05/13.A-Star will be assisting with the road closure & providing an escort vehicle.

If you are in the area please come along and support this very worthwhile charity.

Easter parade.Many of the churches in Wolverhampton are holding an Easter parade Saturday 29/03/13 at 11.00 St Peters Square Wolverhampton. A-Star will be assisting with the road closures along the March Route.

Local charities are always welcome to contact us at charity@astartraffic.co.uk to discuss the possibility of A-Star supporting your charity event.