Renovations at Rochdale Connections Trust

Date published: 02 May 2019


Community charity Rochdale Connections Trust is undergoing extensive refurbishment to their premises after receiving funding.

An investment from the National Lottery Awards For All fund and The Clothworker’s Foundation has enabled works to go ahead at 60 Drake Street, Rochdale.

Work began on Monday (29 April) and is expected to continue for a further two or three weeks.

As a result, the charity has also launched a fundraiser appeal to raise money to furnish and fully equip their premises.

Business Development Manager Bev Place said: “We have plodded along and tried to make the best of a pretty uninspiring and dire training room for the last 20 years.

“We want our service users to feel valued and perceive us to be a more professional service and this refurbishment will certainly make all the difference in terms of first impressions of the charity.”

 

Inside Rochdale Connections Trust
Inside Rochdale Connections Trust

 

“We have launched an appeal to try to raise £2,500 which will allow us to tastefully furnish and fully equip the area. This will allow us to deliver additional programmes of support to vulnerable children, young people and adults living throughout Rochdale.”

Rochdale Connections Trust provides a range of valuable support services, including work with vulnerable families living across the most deprived communities throughout the borough.

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