City Demolition as well as fellow subcontractors, DJL Fencing and MacDonald Tarmac kindly donated £500 to the Wolverhampton Sea Cadets where we recently completed demolition works to their adjacent property to their Sea Cadets unit.
Company directors, Paul Macrae and Richard Jonas pictured with Wolverhampton Sea Cadets Chair Trustee, Graham Sharples, attended an awards & celebration event on the 22nd May where the pair presented the £500 cheque to the Sea Cadets and their families which also included the presence of Dr John Craggs CBE DL in his capacity of Deputy Lord Lieutenant, Mark Taylor Deputy Chair Executive of City of Wolverhampton Council, as well as others who have supported the unit.
Graham Sharples had this to say,
‘’Firstly, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and City Demolition for the speed and efficiency when undertaking the demolition of the adjacent property to the Sea Cadet unit.
The work was undertaken with minimal disruption to the adjacent school or the sea cadet unit. It was a credit to the staff from both City Demolition and the sub-contractors, all of whom carried out their tasks professionally.
Secondly on behalf of the Wolverhampton Sea Cadets I would like to extend my thanks to City Demolition for the £300 donation and to DJL Fencing and Macdonald Tarmac who both have each donated £100. I would be grateful if you could pass on our thanks to both companies.
Graham also added,
‘’A great effort on your part, thanks again. The money will fund our membership fee for the Sandwell Sailing Club which provides all the cadets with an opportunity to experience a range of water sports!’’