NPT Homes’ Community Challenge to Help Transform Local Projects
For the fifth year running, NPT Homes is on the hunt for community projects in need of a transformation.
The Community Challenge is a joint partnership programme between the housing provider and its main contractors which allows different community projects to benefit from a day of free building or maintenance work.
Last year, the challenge saw a record eight community projects benefit, including schools, churches and community halls. The makeovers included the installation of new kitchens, seating areas and even a specially adapted play area for children.
Last year, Sandfields Methodist Church was one of the beneficiaries of the programme. Peter Davies from the church said:
“We benefited greatly from being involved in last year’s community challenge. Our facility is a busy hub in the community and the work has allowed us to continue to host local groups. I would urge anyone with a community facility that needs some work to apply for 2017, it could make a huge difference to them.”
NPT Homes’ Funding Officer, Andrew Hall, added:
"After the great success of our previous Community Challenge projects we are happy to bring the project back for 2017. I would encourage any local group in need of a makeover to get their applications in as the project really can help.”
You can apply to take part in the Community Challenge by clicking here or by picking up an application form from NPT Homes offices in Baglan Energy Park, Windsor Road, Neath, Forge Road, Port Talbot or Holly Street, Pontardawe.
For more information on the 2017 Community Challenge please contact NPT Homes’ Community Regeneration team on 01639 506603 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application forms must be returned to NPT Homes’ Community Regeneration Team by 3pm on Monday 20th February 2017.