We were pleased to meet Shrewsbury Town Clerk Helen Ball at The Ark last week. Helen is encouraged by the support SY Homes are giving to local charity, The Shrewsbury Ark, saying:
“SY Homes support of this worthwhile charity goes to show the caring attitude that businesses in the town have in ensuring that Shrewsbury remains a wonderful place to live.”
Helen Ball and CEO of SY Homes, Wayne Sidell, were visiting The Ark’s new premises last week when Wayne identified a problem and increased his firm’s offer of help. The low height of the 1st floor windows, with single glazing and old wooden frames, meant the panes needed internally reinforced to prevent serious injury to anyone falling against the glass, at additional expense to The Ark.
SY Homes have agreed to replace the large windows with double glazed, well insulated, safety glass, in a PVC frame to match existing windows. This replacement will save the charity money on heating, improve the appearance of the building, and ensure the safety of their guests. This is in addition to the external work SY Homes have offered.
“We will continue to assist and support The Ark and other charities whenever we have the opportunity and resources to do so. Let’s hope that we can enhance all of the good work that the town council are doing to assist the vulnerable in our town when they need us most” said Wayne Sidell.
“Shrewsbury Town Council has worked closely with the Ark for many years helping to support some of our most vulnerable individuals in society and we are delighted that they will shortly be moving into larger and more purpose fitted accommodation to further support their clients” said Helen Ball, Town Clerk, Shrewsbury Town Council.
Windows will be installed by The Myford Window Group who also worked on SY Homes’ local development, Albury Place, off St Michael’s Street, SY1.
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