The construction team working on the new Frontier Park development at junction 6 of the M65 have chosen to support DanceSyndrome after winning a site safety award.

 

The new development at Frontier Park was chosen as the winner of a “safest site” award by Bethell, a leading privately-owned construction and utility services company based in Manchester. Every year Bethell present two safety awards, one for “safest site” and one for “individual safety”. These awards are given based on safety performance throughout the year and are chosen by their Health and Safety team. A prize of £500 was given to the team at Frontier Park and they took the decision to donate it to DanceSyndrome. (Pictured – Bethell representative Heather Byrne presents the cheque to members of the DanceSyndrome team)

 

DanceSyndrome Managing Director Dawn Vickers said “We are always thrilled when a local business decides to support our work. Donations like this make a significant difference to our work and enable us to continue to support people who are often excluded from mainstream activities to not only be included but to be empowered to become leaders. By supporting small charities like ours businesses make a really significant contribution to the local community.”

 

If you would like more information about how donations impact our work, please visit the fundraising page of our website.

 

 

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