Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Bright idea

A Henley business has sponsored a room at the Chiltern Centre for disabled children. Towergate Insurance,

A Henley business has sponsored a room at the Chiltern Centre for disabled children. Towergate Insurance, of Duke Street, put £2,000 towards the “purple room” at the centre off Greys Road, Henley, which is used for overnight stays. A plaque outside the room says it has been renamed the “Towergate Room”. Towergate managing director Mark Evans said: “We have been in Henley since the Sixties and have a social responsibility to get involved with what’s going on in the community. The Chiltern Centre is amazing and I strongly recommend that other businesses in Henley get involved and support it” Sophia Trinder, deputy manager of the centre, added: “It’s so meaningful to have the support of the community so that people know we are here and provide care for children and their families, which is urgently needed.”





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