A local hospice that carries out “incredible work for the community and further afield” has recently undergone refurbishment works at one of its washrooms.
Organised by Wrexham Council’s housing teams, the works at Nightingale House Hospice took took place under the local authority’s Houseproud scheme – which helps owners co-ordinate work to their homes and puts them in touch with reputable and reliable contractors.
As part of the refurbishment scheme new facilities at one of the hospices washrooms were installed, including an adjustable sink and a new toilet.
Several contractors including D Nixon Plumbing, Clos-o-Mat Ltd, Polyflor Ltd, Colour Supplies and Travis Perkins – also donated new storage cupboards, flooring, paint, plumbing fixtures and new equipment for the hospice.
A £2,000 donation was also made towards the new bathroom by Synthite of Mold.
Cllr Joan Lowe, lead member for health and adult social care, said: “I’d like to thank all those contractors who worked alongside staff from our Houseproud scheme and the team at Nightingale House in order to provide these welcome additions and improvements to the washroom.
“Nightingale House does incredible work in our community and further afield, and we’re very pleased to be able to support them.”
*Pictured: Jon Mullen of D Nixon Plumbing; Paul Martin, Wrexham Council; Larry Beale of Clos-o-mat Ltd; Darren Nixon of D Nixon Plumbing; David Reilly of Polyflor Ltd
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