Wymondham roofing contractor that worked on roof of the nook pledges fundraising support

Wymondham roofing contractor that worked on roof of the nook pledges fundraising support

Mar 25, 2019

A Wymondham company involved in work on the recently completed roof of ​the nook is to extend its support of EACH, having signed up to the nook business network.

Aspect Group Services was established in 1972. It operates in the private, commercial and public sectors, with projects ranging from minor repairs and maintenance through to major improvement programmes. Its workforce of 120 travel 150,000 miles a year, covering 3,000 roofs using 4.5 million tiles.

The nook business network sees companies committing to raise either £10,000, £15,000 or £25,000 in exchange for various benefits and support. It currently boasts an impressive 40 members.

Matthew Dillon, Aspect Group Services Director, says: “As an established Norfolk business we’re delighted to support such an important and worthwhile local concern.

“We’ve long been aware of the integral service to children and their families that EACH provides in the Norfolk area. For Aspect Group Services, being in a position to utilise our roofing expertise, both in practical terms with our work at the nook as well as with our fundraising pledge as a corporate sponsor… well, it’s our absolute pleasure and privilege.

“We already have a team of intrepid staff committed to doing the Three Peaks Challenge later this year and we’re excited to take on other fundraising activities to help us smash our £10k target in support of the vital and difficult work EACH undertakes.”

For more specifically on the business network, call Mike on 01508 500894 or email him at michael.hatton@each.org.uk. For more on Aspect Group Services, visit www.aspectgroupservices.co.uk.



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