A Northwich construction firm is giving a charity or community group a Christmas gift this year with the chance to undergo an exciting renovation project to give their premises a new lease of life and put a smile on the faces of those who use it, completely free of charge.
Petty Pool Construction is running a competition called ‘#HelpingCheshire’ which is open to any local organisation with a mission to help local people in need, including children’s charities, refuge centres and nursing homes. Whether their premises would benefit from an attractive new paved area or a newly painted room, the construction crew are keen to give a deserving organisation something to look forward to in the New Year.
Tom Morris-Davies at Petty Pool says: “This is a giving time of year and we’d like to give our time and skills to a deserving local project that needs a makeover or renovation, however small. Our ‘community response’ project is our way of saying thanks for the good work that local causes do and we hope to bring joy to a deserving organisation. We want them to enter our competition and be in for a chance to win; it’s like DIY SOS comes to Cheshire!
“Whether you strive to make life better for children, people with life limiting conditions, or simply anyone in need in the community, we’d love to help you with our #HelpingCheshire campaign. After all, it’s a place that makes an invaluable difference to people in our area.”
Charities and community groups wanting to enter their community response project should email firstname.lastname@example.org saying which organisation they represent, why they deserve to win, and what project they would like the Petty Pool crew to carry out for them.
The project will take place in early 2022 and be carried out over the space of a day.
Petty Pool Construction based in Whitegate, Northwich has over 20 years of experience building new properties and renovating, converting and extending old ones. They carry out residential projects, as well as commercial developments for a range of sectors, including retail and hospitality.