MCP donated staff and labour to ensure green fingered residents of Campbell House, Bolton at Home, Extra Care Housing Scheme benefit from their new garden shed.
MCP staff rolled up their sleeves to erect a galvanised garden shed to replace the old wooden shed that had seen better days.
L-R: MCP Operative Shaun Manning, Start with You -Handyperson,Jake Gethin, Bolton at Home-Sustaining Tenancy Advisor, Geraldine Pawson and MCP Operative, Dave Duckworth
MCP Operative Shaun Manning and Bolton at Home-Sustaining Tenancy Advisor, Geraldine Pawson and MCP Operative, Dave Duckworth
The shed which will be a focal point in the resident’s communal garden, ensuring residents can store maintenance equipment in a safe, dry space during the winter months.
Paul Bates, MCP Environmental Asbestos Service Director said: “We wanted to give something back to the community. Bolton at Homes are a valued client and we know budgets are tight.”
L-R: MCP Operative Shaun Manning, Bolton at Home-Sustaining Tenancy Advisor, Geraldine Pawson, Start with You - Handyperson, Jake Gethin
Geraldine Pawson - Bolton at Home, Sustaining Tenancy Advisor, said: “The assistance we have received from MCP- environmental to erect the shed, is very much appreciated by the residents and staff at Campbell House.”
Thanks to Shaun and Dave for their hard work ensuring the hut was completed ready for the residents to enjoy.