SEDDONS HAVE GOT IT BOXED OFF IN COLLYHURST’S KITCHEN

 

 

Thanks to a link created between the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Manchester and Seddon Construction, Collyhurst & Moston Lads Club Boxing Club are able to celebrate their centenary year with a decent cup of tea, made in their new kitchen.

As part of their 100-year celebrations, the club are engaging lots of local businesses, former members and other supporters, to get the club revamped, refurbished and redecorated. And, Seddon have played their part, by fitting a new kitchen in their education room.

Club Leader, Tommy McDonagh said, “We are really grateful for this support from Seddon. We have managed to get support from a number of other businesses to equip the education room and this finishes things off. It will mean that young people can come here and take part in variety of education programmes we offer, but then also cook, nice and healthy food as well.

Pete Wild from Seddons, with Tommy McDonagh, Club Leader of Collyhurst & Moston Lads Club Boxing Academy.
Pete Wild from Seddons, with Tommy McDonagh, Club Leader of Collyhurst & Moston Lads Club Boxing Academy.

Pete Wild representative of Seddon Construction, said “We are happy to be able to do this. Seddon are always looking for ways to support local communities and this was an ideal opportunity to do so.” He continued, “Collyhurst has a great reputation in the community and it is something where we can do, that will make a great difference.”

Thanks to the great relationship that has been developed between Boys & Girls Clubs and Seddon Construction they are also making other significant investments including some refurbishment of the canteen at Stockport Lads Club and also hosting a charity Football match to support young people who would like to take part in the NABGC America Challenge – we are extremely grateful for their support. Please watch this space for more details.