Hutton’s Group has been thanked for the support it has provided to a community organisation for disabled people in Wales.
Hutton’s Pembroke depot donated wooden pallets to Esteam, a not-for-profit community enterprise that provides training and work experience to people with learning disabilities in west Wales.
Esteam uses the pallets to make craft products which are then sold in local shops. Paul Cook, Esteam Director, explained: “The pallets will be pulled apart and the good timber will be used to make craft items. Any broken timber is cut up and sold as kindling. These activities not only provide income for Esteam but also provide useful activities for our participants.”
Thanking Hutton’s Group’s Pembroke branch manager, Steve Okell and delivery driver Richard Randall, Mr Cook said: “Esteam relies solely on income generated from products and services for its existence, so your donation of pallets makes a big difference to us.”