A local construction firm is delighted to announce the winner of its Christmas community appeal, which gave Cheshire community groups and charities the chance to win a day of construction work free of charge.
St Luke’s Hospice in Winsford has won the ‘#HelpingCheshire’ appeal run by Petty Pool Construction. It’s an exciting project for the treasured healthcare facility and will make the premises an even more comfortable place for patients, employees and visitors.
The team of builders will undergo a project of the hospice’s choosing. St Luke’s hasn’t been able to fundraise in the usual way given lockdown restrictions, so Petty Pool Construction is particularly happy to be making a difference for the hospice which has over 1,000 patient referrals a year.
Tom Morris-Davies at Petty Pool Construction says: “St Luke’s Hospice is just one local cause that does wonders for people in the community. Our #HelpingCheshire giveaway is a way of saying thank you to them and it shows our appreciation for the families they support.”
Claire Langston at St Luke’s Hospice says: “We’re so pleased to be the lucky winning project for this appeal! We’re always looking at ways we can improve our premises to make it an even more supportive place for everyone who spends time here. I’m confident that the team at Petty Pool Construction will do a fantastic job when they work their magic for our fundraising team. We can’t wait to see the result!”
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.