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5th Jun 2020

Happy Pride Month

At Udderly Smooth UK we know that equality matters. This month we celebrate Pride and whilst it might be difficult to get outside and show solidarity to the LGBTQI+ community, there are many outlets and charities you can donate to to show your support.
We offer our support and a virtual hug to the rest of the world and hope you enjoy our special Pride edition Udderly Smooth artwork replacing the classic black cow print with a rainbow.
If you would like to donate, get support or learn more about Pride & LGBTQI+ issues click on the links below

Switchboard LGBT+ helpline
Founded in 1974, Switchboard offers an ear to those in need. They do not receive statutory support and are relying on community funds and some corporate support to keep them going.

Stonewall was founded in 1989 and is still going strong, offering advice and support to the LGBTQI+ community

The Albert Kennedy Trust
The Albert Kennedy Trust helps young people into safe housing, education, employment and training courses to help them get out of hostile environments.

Just Like US
Just Like Us offers training for teachers to help them offer more support to LGBT+ students and also run programmes in school to challenge prejudice the LGBT+ community faces in education

Wishing everyone a great Pride Month
Shane Williams Udderly Smooth
6th May 2020

“Udderly Smooth probably saved my life” Rugby legend Shane Williams is a fan!

At Udderly Smooth UK we know the amazing benefits of our products, but when you get a special shout out it makes things feel even sweeter. Especially when it was in the name of charity!!

If you are a rugby fan, Shane Williams MBE is no stranger to you, but did you know that he’s an incredible charity fundraiser? In his latest challenge he cycled 774 miles on his indoor bike during lockdown. His backbreaking challenge will support Velindre Cancer Centre and our NHS frontline workers as they battle tough challenges to help keep us safe in our time of need. We are so proud of his hard work and determination and i’m sure you’ll join us when we say a huge THANK YOU to him!

Our silky soft Udderly Smooth Chamois Cream is a cyclist’s best friend helps prevent saddle sores and stops you from feeling the burn in all the wrong places! This allows you to power through those long cycles and focus on the finish line!

Take a look at Shane’s journey over on his instagram and if you can, please donate to his worthy cause at HERE. We just checked and he’s raised over a whopping £12,000!!

Watch the video here –


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5th Apr 2020

Thank you! NHS giveaway

As we all make extra effort to stay safe and do our bit to prevent the spread of Covid-19, many of us have felt the sting of dry hands after weeks of excessive hand washing.

Just like our friends, loved ones and neighbours we have been taking to our doorsteps to applaud the incredible front line NHS hero’s for working tirelessly to keep us safe, but we wanted to pay them a special thanks too. Here at Udderly Smooth UK HQ we asked you guys to nominate the NHS workers that you wanted us to thank on your behalf. We randomly chose 10 NHS hospitals and gave them some free Udderly Smooth goodies to treat their hard working hands and tired feet. So, on behalf of all of us at Udderly Smooth UK and our lovely fans THANK YOU! Thank you for keeping us safe during these hard times, we appreciate everything that you do!

Shout out to all our NHS goodie bag winners below! 

Glasgow Royal Infirmary

Southampton General Hospital

Hereford County Hospital

Aintree Hospital

Milton Keynes Hospital

Castle Hill Hospital, East Yorkshire

Ipswich Hospital

St Austell Community Hospital in Cornwall

Northern General Hospital in Sheffield

Queen Hospital Romford


5th Oct 2016

Udderly Smooth supports Cyclone 24

Wales’ 24 hour track relay set to clock up 10,000 miles for homelessness charity

Hot on the ‘wheels’ of Team GB’s amazing achievements in Rio, Welsh homelessness charity, The Wallich, is hosting an epic fundraising cycle challenge, which will see participants cycle the equivalent distance from Cardiff to Sydney.

Cyclone 24 will take riders on a journey totalling 10,000 miles, during a 24 hour track relay which will take place at Wales National Velodrome.

We are pleased to be supporting this worthwhile event and wish everyone the very best of luck!

This is the second consecutive year the Cyclone 24 event has taken place following last year’s hugely successful inaugural event, which raised over £17,000 to support homeless and vulnerable people across Wales.

In total, 24 teams of six cyclists will ride non-stop around the velodrome track beginning at midday on Sunday October 16.

Cyclone 24 is a joint event between strategic branding agency Stills and The Wallich and is being supported by local businesses The Victoria Park Clinic, Effective Communication and cycle coaching specialists Rowe & King. Additional supporters include Source Insurance, 9Bar, Shake Shack and Udderly Smooth.

Steve Sulley, Managing Director of Stills said: “Partnering with the Wallich on Cyclone 24 was an easy decision for me. They are a charity that change the lives of vulnerable homeless people.

“They don’t just provide a cup of tea on a cold morning, their support systems provide a path to a whole new way of living. That ethos is the reason that we adopted the Wallich as our nominated charity. They are also our neighbours, and we love cycling, so this is the perfect partnership.”

Zoe Westerman, Strategic Relationships Manager at The Wallich said: “We are so grateful to everyone who has already committed to support the Cyclone 24 event.

“Cycling is such a fantastic sport to take part in and I don’t think anyone can fail to have been impressed by the fantastic achievement of the Team GB cyclists and of course our own homegrown talent within that.

“As a bonus, not only is it a great form of exercise but also very sociable too, and a great way of networking. We look forward to welcoming all new and returning cyclists to this year’s Cyclone24.”