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Firm signs up for third year running

Pipekit has signed up for a third year as a partner with Shrewsbury Town in the Community.  The Shrewsbury-based specialist in pressure pipework and drainage for building and industry values the importance of community and sees local partnerships as integral to the business and its workforce.

Martyn Rowlands, managing director of Pipekit, said: “Re-signing as a Friend of the Community partner for Shrewsbury Town in the Community was a given for us. It is such a valuable organisation for our community; doing some fantastic and integral work which often goes under the radar.

"As we recover from the Covid pandemic, the services that Shrewbury Town in the Community offer will be needed more than ever, so really we saw it as a duty to continue to support the community we both work and live in.”

During the last six months the charity has had to adapt its regular programmes to ensure that through Covid all its participants were looked after.

Various online and digital resources were created and launched such as #Shrewsbury@Home, which allowed anyone to sign up for free and access regular resources, and the ShrewsFamily initiative, which saw over 200 isolation packages delivered to vulnerable or shielding Shrewsbury Town fans.

Jamie Edwards, CEO of Shrewbury Town in the Community, said: "We are delighted to extend our Friend of the Community partnership with Pipekit for another year.  It’s great to have the support of such a community-focused business.  Pipekit and Martyns support extends further than a monetary donation; they are genuine advocates for the work we do across Shropshire.

“Pipekit’s partnership will help support a number of current and upcoming projects that will be assisting those looking to get back into employment, suffering through loneliness and the inevitable catch-up required in local schools.  Without our Friends of the Community partners we simply couldn't continue to make the impact we do.” 


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