Cluster 6 lent a hand at the Halton Haven Trust this week. The hospice has shops in Runcorn, Widnes and Warrington and together with the voluntary work that CEMEX offered, raises money from a wide variety of sources including local businesses and charity events.
Daniel Roberts, NW Sales Manager, continues: “The lady in the photo is Paula Mullin who is Halton’s event organiser and is responsible for raising £1.4 million each year for the charity. Almost all the staff working at Halton Haven offer their time voluntarily.
Representing CEMEX were Paul Craven, Jenny Deacon, Cath Livesey (Sales Rep) Alan Hewitt, Joe Barton, Paul Willerton (Operations), Tracey Carden (Technical), Daniel Roberts and Joe Barton who took a lead role in helping to manage the Team and lay the footpath. Paula Mullin and her Team were very grateful for all our help.
The Team arrived at 7.30am and we left at around 4pm. Apart from laying the path (which included digging out and wheel barrowing soil, clay and stone, mixing, moving and laying sand, cement and small aggregate) we cleared and brushed up leaves, filled a skip with unwanted rubbish and generally tidied up some of the gardens. It was a day well spent and we all went home tired but happy!”