At FMS we take our social responsibilities seriously, but still have fun of course!

On this page is information on how our staff are involved with charity fund raising events – (too which of course you are invited to contribute!), and how they involve themselves in their local community through voluntary work.



Colin Anderson, Security Sales Consultant at FMS, is entering a 72 hole golf challenge on Sunday 23rd June 2013. In teams of four they will play 4 rounds of golf in one day! In aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Colin and his team (Prestongrange) will play  at Royal Musselburgh Golf Club on
Sunday 23rd June 2013.Team members are Scott, Colin , Craig & Stan,

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Their Just Giving page is at www.justgiving.com/scottwalker5037 if you would like to help them in their fund raising activities.



Lauderdale FC

Gary Mitchell, Sales and Service Director at FMS, is deeply involved in Lauderdale FC (Juniors) in his home town of Lauder in the Scottish Borders. Gary spends most Sundays during the season coaching and organises various fund raising activities throughout the year including an all day football session for the different year groups at Lauder Primary for kids P1-4 on 13th May 2013. More information on the clubs activities can be found at www.lauderdalefc.org.uk


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FMS were pleased to suppport the Edinburgh Riding of The Marches event by sponsoring the Hunter Class at the Edinburgh Horse Show, Oatridge Sunday 12th May. The show went spectacularly well and exceeded all our expectations. The mountains of feedback we have received has been positive without exception. There was great competition in every class with family ponies being shown alongside quality show produced stock. 

The FMS Hunter Championship was hotly contested and it was very difficult to choose between the entrants. The winner was Hilary MacTaggart riding her Middle Weight Hunter, Windsor Wood (affectionately known as Sam). I’ve attached pictures of Hilary Cantering during her lap of honour and being presented with the Gazco Cup by Lord Provost of Edinburgh Donald Wilson. Pictures courtesy of Sinclair Photography.
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We have received feedback from Hilary as follows:

“There can’t be many improvements to make for next year – it was all very smooth-running and efficient. I can honestly say, as someone who competes both north and south of the border, there are some organisers who could take some tips from you!!”

The winner of the show supreme Championship was 6 year old, Miss Zara Mailer on her lead rein pony Pumphill Crusade (Zara calls him Crusty). Zara and her mum Victoria Taylor swept the boards in their class and advanced through the Ponies Championship to best some very stiff competition in the Supreme Championship. I have attached pics of Zara in her class and receiving the Charles Ross Memorial Trophy from The Lord Provost in the Supreme Championship.

All in all it was a great day and we’re going for it again on 11th May next year. Your sponsorship is greatly appreciated and we certainly couldn’t have put on this class of show without you.