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19 May 2021

Caddick donation opens up easier online access for Merseyside community and schoolchildren

Caddick donation opens up easier online access for Merseyside community and schoolchildren

Caddick Construction has donated £2,000 to help people in Merseyside have easier and more reliable online access within the community.

Caddick has been working with its client Chancerygate on the Mersey Reach development at Aintree over the past 18 months and was delighted to support its local charitable and community initiative with the donation that went to help the nearby Netherton Park Neighbourhood Centre.

Netherton Park Neighbourhood Centre is a safe place for all ages to learn, play and socialise and the donation was used to buy new computers for its ICT suite, providing locals with speedy and reliable internet access. The facilities are available to all members of the community for studying, assignments, job hunting and research. With the new computers they were also able to distribute the older computers to children and young people who have not had internet access to complete homework and assignments during lockdown.

Said Caddick’s Ian Guildford “Caddick was delighted to help Netherton Park and it was a double win donation really, with the centre getting new computers for open access use and local youngsters also benefitting from having the community centre’s old computers at home to make access to school work easier. It was great to see the immediate benefits for so many individuals and families.”

The first phase of Mersey Reach development, which has just completed, is a new prime urban logistics development to serve North Liverpool and the wider Merseyside area. The site has excellent connectivity to the motorway network, the Port of Liverpool and the city itself. It is the first scheme of its type for a number of years and will provide an environment and buildings to suit the needs of modern occupiers.

 

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