Needy families helped by building company’s generous Christmas gesture

By Antony Clay | 22/12/2017

Needy families helped by building company’s generous Christmas gesture
From left to right: Jayne Wood, customer service manager (regeneration) at J Tomlinson, Glenn Richmond, operations manager at J Tomlinson, Maltby Town Council vice chair Cllr John Kirk, Andrew Boulton, housing officer with South Yorkshire Housing Association, and Lindsey Hobson, business development manager at J Tomlinson.

A COMPANY has stepped up to back an initiative to help families in need at Christmas.

The business has given £300 worth of vouchers to a Maltby Town Council initiative to support people with very little.

Building services company J Tomlinson, based in Nottingham, has given Tesco vouchers to the council’s annual Food and Gift Appeal.

The vouchers will be split between families in need and were presented to Maltby Town Council’s vice chair, Cllr John Kirk.


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