The team have this year voted for Sue Ryder and Alzheimer’s Society as our charities for 2017.

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``Not only do we treat more conditions than any other UK charity in our hospices, neurological care centres and out in the community; we also campaign to improve the lives of people living with them. We see the person, not the condition, taking time to understand the small things that help that person live the fullest life they can.``


At Alzheimer's Society, we believe passionately that life doesn't end when dementia begins. We are here for anyone affected by dementia, and we do everything we can to keep people with dementia connected to their lives and the people who matter most.

Christmas Jumper Day – 15 December 2017

Well done to everyone in the Coverbox office who’s wearing their favourite seasonal sweater for charity! Yes, it’s Christmas Jumper Day in aid of Save the Children.

MacMillan Coffee Morning

As always, we had a terrific spread for our MacMillan Coffee Morning. Thank you to everyone who baked, bought and enjoyed the treats.

Branching out with the Nene Park Trust

In July, our volunteers had a fantastic time helping out at Nene Park. They did work very hard! The trust was so pleased with the markers they worked on and they learnt a lot about how to identify different trees (not many people know which ones are which).


The trust spokesperson said “We really appreciated their help and hope they return to see them in the tree trail, thank you!” 


The judges had a hard time picking between them all, even had to get a third and fourth judge involved.

In the end they agreed:

The Winners

Ria – with her sponge cake and unicorn icing
Sarah – with her chocolate fudge and jam sponge cake

Well done ladies!

There are still lots more cakes, lets raise as much money as we can! Great excuse to eat cake! If you ever needed one…

Cupcake day – 15th June


Following our move to Peterborough we have decided that for 2015/16 our charitable support

will be for Sue Ryder who are based at Thorpe Hall and the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

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In 2014 our team voted to raise money for Little Miracles, a local charity supporting parents

that have children with additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions.





Macmillan Coffee morning – 30th September


Sue Ryder Sing for Life – Saturday 24th September

Some of our team singing as part of the Sue Ryder Sing for Life to raise money for the Sue Ryder, one of our chosen charities.


Jack Rayment, along with his Dad and Uncle took  part in the Ride London-Surrey 100.

They cycled 100 miles to raise money for The British Red Cross!

Great ride, good weather and loads of people out to support them.

As a company we are committed to making a difference. Throughout the year our team

take part in all sorts of events to raise money for charity, locally and nationally.


Our Directors even took part in Movember, some more successfully than others.

Many cakes have been baked and eaten to raise money for charity. We have donated to;

Red Nose Day, Children in Need and Sport Relief to name but a few.






Collaboration is key for the business, both internally and externally.


We work hard and we play hard – fun for all!

Latest Anglia Lift Off online now


The latest issue of East Anglian Air Ambulance supporter magazine, Anglia Lift Off, is now available to read online.

Sue Ryder Sing for Life Concert


Three of our team are taking part in a very special concert to  raise money for our chosen charity Sue Ryder. If you want to go along and watch them and the array of people that really can sing, the concert takes place on the evening of Saturday 24th September at The Broadway Theatre in Peterborough.


Tickets are £16 and can be bought from



Theft tracking success


14th April 2016


Last week, a Coverbox ‘black box’ device helped police locate a stolen vehicle within an hour. The Range Rover Evoque, worth £27,500, had been taken from the address of a Coverbox customer. On calling Coverbox to report the theft, the customer was directed to the theft-tracking helpline. Using data transmitted by their black box, the car was quickly located and recovered by Surrey Police. Officers were able to return the car to the customer undamaged, meaning no claim had to be made.

Black box car insurance: a young driver’s new best friend behind the dashboard


26th March 2016


Coverbox Insure Limited’s CEO Andrew Bennett spoke to The Guardian for their article on the increasing popularity of black box car insurance. Read the piece here: