• Sponsor of

    2017 Easter Appeal

    Telstra Canteen, showing initial building blocks in place

  • Community Sponsorship

    Proud Supporters of the Little Rundle Art St Project
    February 2016

    Artwork by Jimmy C on Brimblecombe Builders front wall.

  • Adelaide Fringe Project

    Mural by Jack Franceschini

    Laneway wall of Brimblecombe Builders
    Little Rundle St

    Mural by Jack Franceschini Little Rundle St

 

 Community Sponsorship

 

Brimblecombe Builders is a sponsor of

Easter Appeal 2017


Brimblecombe Builders Managing Director, Mr Mike Rundell was pleased to be able to sponsor the Castle building money raising project for the Womens and Childrens Hospital Easter Appeal.

Consultation in respect of delivering a vision of creating a temporary structure and the labour to enable the construction of a “Kids Castle” to raise funds for the 2017 Easter appeal were donated by the Brimblecombe team.

The Castle structure is located in the Telstra building in Adelaide CBD.

Brimblecombe Builders are proud to be sponsors and associated with Team Kids,  the Womens and Childrens Hospital Foundation and Telstra to help raise funds for the  Easter Appeal 2017

The Telstra TeamKids Castle is a Telstra fundraising initiative for the 2017

Little Rundle St Art Project Feb 2016

Brimblecombe Builders was proud to participate in The Little Rundle St Art Project with renowned mural artist Jimmy C.adding a colourful mural on its Rundle St external walls as part of the Adelaide Fringe in 2016.

In the laneway in Little Rundle Street  on Brimblecombe's back wall is a mural by artist Jack Franceschini. He is pictured below right with Mike Rundell of Brimblecombe, and Claire from the Tin Cat Caffé who organised the event.

The mural at  Brimblecombe's front entrance in Rundle St Kent Town has become somewhat of a landmark.

The 2017 Adelaide Fringe Ambassador, Hugh Sheridan, was recently photographed in front of the Jimmy C Mural.
Hugh Sheridan in front of the Jimmy C wall at  Brimblecombe Builders
Jimmy C in from of his mural on Brimblecombe Builders wall.
Enjoying the street party Fringe 2016
Jack Franceschini (centre), Mike from Brimblecombe & Claire from the Tin Pot Caffe