B&ES NORTH WEST RAISES FUNDS FOR LOCAL SCHOOL
24 March 2015 - The members of the North West Region of the Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES) have made a £4,500 donation to Manchester’s Middleton Parish School.
The money was raised during the annual ball and training awards organised by the region, in partnership with training provider Building Engineering Services Training (BEST), at the Imperial Hotel, Blackpool, on the evening of Saturday 28 February.
The cheque was presented to head teacher Jacqui Potts by Steve Bradshaw, chairman of the B&ES North West Region.
“My fellow members and I are delighted to have been able to provide additional resources to this excellent school, which carries out such valuable work right in the heart of our community,” Mr Bradshaw explained.
Ms Potts confirmed that the donation would go towards the provision of an outdoor area that would “transform a concrete playground into an area rich in opportunities”.
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