Festive cheer with Kier!
Published by Elizabeth Pokorny for Kier Services in Communities and also in Housing
Kier Harlow’s parks and landscape team at Sumners House with Cllr Souter (pictured standing top right corner) and Andy Bradley centre
As part of its continued commitment to the local communities in which it works, Kier Harlow has donated nine Christmas hampers to local shelter charities around the town. Brimming with festive food and treats, the hampers were delivered by colleagues from Kier Harlow, with supervisor Andy Bradley, who donned comedy Christmas fancy dress to become ‘Mrs Claus’.
Accompanied by helpers from Kier Harlow’s parks and landscape department and Cllr Clive Souter, Andy dropped off six hampers at Sumners Farm, which provides sheltered housing accommodation for elderly residents.
Local charity Streets2Homes, which helps the homeless and vulnerable, received a Christmas hamper from Kier Harlow’s business support team, as well as the residents of the Manor Hatch sheltered scheme and The Rainbow Services, a charity helping to alleviate poverty and social disruption in Harlow.