Scaffolding firm brings Christmas magic to Blackpool


Teal Scaffold has joined forces this festive season with charity, HiS Church to provide Christmas donations.

The duo collaboratively provided hundreds of Christmas advent calendars to the much-loved, Grange Youth Community Hub.

North-West-based Teal Scaffold was delighted to support the local community they’ve been working in this Christmas through the support of their latest donation.

The donation has provided much-needed Christmas cheer as families this winter face the looming cost-of-living crisis.

Teal Scaffold will continue to provide high-quality services over the coming weeks for their clients at Blackpool Victoria Hospital.

Head of Operations at Teal Scaffold, Dan McGregor said: “We are committed to creating opportunities and changing lives in the communities we serve. While not a huge expense to some, an advent calendar may be considered a luxury item for families in financial difficulty and struggling to pay their bills.

As prices continue to rise, households across the North West are unfortunately preparing for a challenging festive period. It’s my hope that by our donation and working with local charities in Blackpool, we are able to restore some festive cheer.”

Groundwork CLM Development Manager, Cath Powell MBE added: “We are absolutely delighted to receive these wonderful Advent Calendars which will be distributed to the families of Grange Park by Father Christmas at our special Christmas Event where every child gets to visit Father Christmas in his beautiful grotto for free.

This added gift for the families will make their visit very special”.
The scaffolding firm, proudly part of The Sovini Group, made all this festive cheer possible thanks to donations from HiS Chuch Charity and The Grange Youth Community Hub.”

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