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Each year, Bethell award £1000 to acknowledge achievements for maintaining and promoting good safety standards throughout our construction sites.
This year our site winner was Refurbishment of Tower Bridges in Birkenhead, Site Manager Will Partlan accepted the award where it had been decided to donate £500 to the Guide Dog training school in Atherton to assist in maintaining their lifelong commitment to the blind and partially sighted people in the community.
The guide dog service relies purely on voluntary income and through donations just like ours, they have been able to transform the lives of 30,000 people who are blind or partially sighted and this number continues to grow each year.
Will visited the training school in Atherton, Manchester where he was able to meet one of their trained Guide Dogs and see firsthand how the kind donation would assist the cause and make a difference.
The individual safety award was given to Roy Taylor who shows continuous commitment to health and safety in his day to day role.
Roy kindly donated his award to Macmillan Cancer Support. Macmillan are able to offer their support to all those sadly affected by the disease and use their knowledge to make a positive difference to the lives of people affected by cancer.