Chapelhouse recognised with Armed Forces Covenant from Ministry of Defence

Chapelhouse Motor Group has officially been recognised by the Ministry of Defence with an Armed Forces Covenant. 

This means that Chapelhouse supports serving armed forces personnel, service leavers, veterans, and their families. 

Now that Chapelhouse has signed the Covenant, the business is eligible for a Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) Bronze award. ERS encourages employers to support Defence and inspire others to do the same. 

The scheme encompasses bronze, silver and gold levels for employers. They're awarded accordingly to businesses that pledge, demonstrate or advocate support to the armed forces community and their families, and align their values with the Armed Forces Covenant.

Chapelhouse is a proud sponsor of No Duff UK and we work closely with its founder, Dean Owen. 

No Duff is a Community Interest Company based in St Helens that provides support and therapy sessions for ex-servicepeople. 

Chapelhouse makes a monthly contribution to help fund these therapy sessions and staff at Chapelhouse St Helens make a regular donation of clothing and food to help those most in need. 

As a business, Chapelhouse is very proud to give back to the local community. You can find out more about No Duff by visiting

Chapelhouse Motor Group are a multi-award winning group of Kia, MG and Suzuki dealerships, selling new and quality approved used cars to customers in the North West of England. We are proud to support our local community, you can find out more about us on our website as well as information on our local community work, our donations and our sponsorships..