Canvas presented to Kier by Pathways 4 All
Published by Rebecca Jackson for Kier Services in Communities and also in Housing
Kier North Tyneside
Kier North Tyneside has been presented with a canvas by Lynn McManus, founder of Pathways 4 All, as a thank you for its part in transforming a derelict building into a fully functioning day centre.
Local repairs and housing maintenance provider Kier North Tyneside provided staff and materials as part of the television programme Operation Home Front, which will be shown on Channel 5 on 29 August at 9pm. Kier supplied and fitted two kitchens, and helped with painting, decorating and general repairs. Through its supply chain, Kier organised all building materials and helped with wiring, flooring and plastering.
Kier regional director, Mike Furze said; “It is extremely important for Kier to support local good causes, whether through a donation or provision of services. Pathways 4 All provides an invaluable service to local children, and we were proud to be able to help in any way we could.”
Providing repairs and maintenance services to 16,000 properties across the borough on behalf of North Tyneside Council, Kier North Tyneside has a history of supporting local causes and organisations.
For more information about Kier visit www.kier.co.uk