Crymlyn Primary School Set to Benefit from NPT Homes’ Community Challenge
Crymlyn Primary School in Jersey Marine is set to become the final beneficiary of NPT Homes’ Community Challenge in 2016.
Once the children and teachers leave for their summer holidays, NPT Homes’ volunteers and RT Contractors will move in to transform the school grounds. The school currently has a yard and field where the children like to play and explore and that area is set to be developed in order to enhance their experiences.
For the fourth year running, NPT Homes is investing in the local community by transforming a record eight community projects as part of their Community Challenge.
The partnership programme involves 12 of NPT Homes’ main contractors and suppliers, and will see projects from across the Neath Port Talbot borough benefit from free building or maintenance work.
The Community Challenge begun as a direct result of the community benefits that became part of all contracts drawn up by NPT Homes. As a result, any business that works directly with the social housing provider must give something back to the community.
Donna Evans of Crymlyn Primary School said:
“As a school, we are thrilled that we were selected for the NPT Homes Community Challenge this year. We really looking forward to our yard and field area having a new lease of life and seeing the children benefit from it when they return to school in September.”
Gethin Thomas, Contracts Director from RT Contractors said:
“We’re really pleased to be working with NPT Homes and were very eager to get involved in their community challenge. As a company, we’re always keen to give something back to the communities in which we work and this project allows us to do just that.”