Paper firm’s club gifts

SCA's Mark Mannering (left) and Amanda Rose (right) with Hope House Project centre manager Carol McIlroy and chief executive Tony Adegbenro
SCA's Mark Mannering (left) and Amanda Rose (right) with Hope House Project centre manager Carol McIlroy and chief executive Tony Adegbenro
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A CHARITY has won the support of a paper mill to improve hygiene facilities at its two centres.

Community organisation The Hope House Project runs a wide range of services and activities from children’s clubs to life coaching from its Skelmersdale bases on a shoestring.

SCA Hygiene Products has stepped in to donate towel and soap dispensers for all the toilets at the two centres together with soap, paper towels and toilet rolls to meet the needs for some time to come.

“It’s been a real blessing for us,” project chief executive Tony Adegbenro said. “We have not been able to afford to equip our toilets to the standards we would have liked and for SCA to do it all for us has been wonderful.”

SCA site manager Mark Mannering said: “It’s a tremendous asset to the community by providing services that otherwise just wouldn’t be available. Tony Adegbenro and the whole team should be congratulated for really making a difference.”