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Conrad Dickinson

Managing Director

Karpet Mills Ltd

HQ Phone:  +44 191 478 3049

Email: c***@***.uk

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Karpet Mills Ltd

Unit 2 Tyne Bridge Retail Pk High West Street

Gateshead, Gateshead,NE8 1EJ

United Kingdom

Company Description

Karpet Mills, the North East's leading quality carpet retailer, understands that customers want more than just bargain prices. With over 130 years under their belt, the company has been selling carpets in Newcastle and carpets in Sunderland for six generations...more

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Employment History

Northumberland Wildlife Trust Patron and Ambassador

People's Postcode Lottery


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Ambassador is giving big | Northumberland Wildlife Trust

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The company which is owned by People's Postcode Lottery ambassador Conrad Dickinson has joined forces with Tarmac Ltd and Northumbrian Water Ltd to make a financial pledge to the wildlife charity which has been selected to participate in the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2012, a massive annual on-line appeal funded by the Reed Foundation, the charity arm of Reed Specialist Recruitment Services.
Conrad, managing director of Karpet Mills and intrepid polar explorer has pledged his support to the Trust's participation in the Big Give. As a born and bred Northumbrian who grew up in the countryside around the Roman Wall, he has derived countless years of pleasure from the region's unique natural heritage, he said: "During my Arctic and Antarctic expeditions, I have seen the effect of climate change on our environment and realise we must all get more involved to preserve and protect our fragile surroundings.


Buying carpets in Sunderland and Newcastle made easy | Karpet Mills

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Karpet Mills Director, Conrad Dickinson, said "It's great that we can get behind an amazing local organisation like the Durham Wildlife Trust, as well as continuing to support Northumberland Wildlife Trust.


Structure | Northumberland Wildlife Trust

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Patrons: Conrad Dickinson, Bill Oddie & Chris Packham


People's Postcode Lottery in the news... | Northumberland Wildlife Trust

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In 2013 Conrad Dickinson, Managing Director of Karpet Mills and Patron of Northumberland Wildlife Trust guided HRH Prince Harry, and teams of injured service personnel from the UK, USA and Commonwealth in a trek to the South Pole as part of the Walking with the Wounded 2013 South Pole Allied Challenge.
Read more. Conrad Dickinson and HRH Prince Harry fly the NWT flag at the South Pole! Hexham based Conrad Dickinson, Managing Director of Karpet Mills and Patron of Northumberland Wildlife Trust, has headed off to the South Pole to take part in the Walking with the Wounded 2013 South Pole Allied Challenge...and has taken something special in the bottom of his rucksack! Read more Northumberland Wildlife Trust has started 2010 with the appointment of a new patron - explorer and businessman, Conrad Dickinson. Read more


Polar explorer has something special in his rucksack! | Northumberland Wildlife Trust

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Hexham based Conrad Dickinson, Managing Director of Karpet Mills and Patron of Northumberland Wildlife Trust, has headed off to the South Pole to take part in the Walking with the Wounded 2013 South Pole Allied Challenge ... and has taken something special in the bottom of his rucksack!
The Challenge will involve three teams of wounded servicemen and women from the UK, US and the Commonwealth racing across 3° to the Geographic South Pole to show the world their extraordinary courage and determination to overcome their injuries received whilst serving for their countries. HRH Prince Harry, who is Patron of the Allied South Pole Challenge, will take part in the race which will hopefully raise much-needed funds for the charity to help train the wounded, injured and sick to find a career outside the military. Conrad, who is Team Leader for the British Team (Team Glenfiddich) has taken two flags with him, which he is hoping to fly once the challenge ends on or around 17th December. The first is the Northumberland Wildlife Trust flag, of which he is a Patron, to show his love for the Northumbrian landscape, its wildlife and people. The Charity, which has its headquarters in Gosforth, Newcastle believes it to be the most southerly point in the world that a Wildlife Trust flag has ever been flown. The second flag is that of People's Postcode Lottery ( www.postcodelottery.co.uk), the players of which have, to date, raised an incredible £494,939 for the Trust's vital conservation work. A born and bred Northumbrian, Conrad is the first and only Briton to have achieved the 'Polar Grand Slam' - completing the World's recognised three hardest Polar journeys, crossing Greenland; the Antarctic plateau to reach the South Pole and the Arctic to the North Pole...all unsupported. Conrad became a Captain during his Short Service Commission in the Army and specialized in Arctic Warfare whilst training in Norway. In 2011 Conrad trained the BBC film crew and Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton for her successful trip to the South Pole.


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