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A team of volunteers worked together to decorate the Millennium Community Centre, so it can be transformed from a communal space into a gallery workshop where pieces of art (donated or made on site) will be exhibited to inspire the students.

David Bullen, CEO and Dawn Kemp, Group HR Director of Kinovo Group joined Contract Manager Tim Venables and Supervisor Peter Franko from our Hyde Housing Association contract, to give the hall a fresh lick of white paint.

Dave Richardson, Contract Manager – Purdy Build, arranged for Benji Oliver and Ricky Khan to join the team, as they are both qualified decorators. This was a perfect combination as a couple with the team had never lifted a paintbrush before in their lives.

Electrician Tyler Davidson & Apprentice Harry Catarinicchia from sub-contractor AP Electrical, were also part of the team. A great example of teams coming together across the group and the supply chain to complete a Social Value project.  Excellent job everyone well done.

We are part of Kinovo and our Group purpose is: ‘We raise living standards for people, families and communities, keeping them safe and making the possibilities of tomorrow a reality today’. This is not limited to what we are contracted to do, we have always gone that extra mile for our clients, it is ingrained in our culture and will continue to be so.

We will be encouraging all our employees to get involved in a social value project over the course of this coming year within local communities.

Drew House

Peter Franko, Supervisor – Purdy, Ricky Khan, Multi-Trader – Purdy, David Bullen, CEO – Kinovo plc, Tim Venables, Contract Manager – Purdy, Benji Oliver Multi-Trader, Tyler Davidson, Apprentice – AP Electrical, Harry Catarinicchia, Apprentice – AP Electrical & Dawn Kemp, HR Director – Kinovo plc

Tim Venables Contract Manager

David Bullen CEO – Getting stuck in

David Bullen CEO

Benji Oliver – The professional decorator