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Saniflo Kinedo cubicle provides solution for homeless shelter

A Saniflo Kinedo shower cubicle is providing showering facilities in a Bristol homeless shelter. The Kinedo Eden features in a Newspace Sleepover Pod, inspired by the work of ‘Help Bristol’s Homeless’ charity. The Saniflo Kinedo Eden was selected thanks to its ease and simplicity of installation. With no requirement for …

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Celebrating action taken across the construction sector

On Friday 5 April 2019, Mates in Mind announced the Highly Commended and Winners of their 2019 Impact Awards. This was the second year that the awards have taken place, hosted as part of the British Safety Council’s prestigious the 2019 International Safety Awards gala dinner held at Grosvenor House …

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Almost Final Call for Trailblazers

With only a couple of weeks left for all Trailblazers information to be collected, it’s time to ask: Have YOU submitted yours? We have reached halfway with the number of responses so far but with time running out we need to make sure everyone has told us everything to make …

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Trailblazers needs YOU!

The BMJ Trailblazers will be published in April, which means there is a limited time to gather all the most up-to-date and relevant information from the industry’s Top 50 merchants. Thank you to all those who have already filled in the Trailblazers online form and for those who haven’t, just …

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Mates in Mind calls on industry leaders to transform mental health

Mates in Mind believes business leaders are in a good position to address mental health in the workplace, but encourages them to consider that delivering meaningful change to their workforces should be effectively aligned to their business priorities. Mates in Mind were encouraged by the level of engagement driven by …

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Blue Monday Awareness: Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity Figures

Construction Industry Helpline provides £1.254M of charitable services to support the wellbeing of the construction workforce and their families in the UK and Ireland 2018 was a difficult year for the construction industry and the human impact of the stress and strains of working in such an environment is clearly …

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Kent Blaxill collect food for Colchester Foodbank

 The generous staff at Kent Blaxill have collected ten boxes of food for the Foodbank this Christmas. The Colchester builders’ merchant has also donated the essential timber supplies to enable the construction of the floor of a new storage shed which was donated by Leeds Building Society Foundation. This timber …

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Jewson joins community to build sensory garden

A Sunderland-based community group is celebrating the completion of its new sensory garden, which was built with the help of volunteers from across the region and builders’ merchant Jewson. Include ‘In’ Autism provides support and services for children, young people and adults with autism, and their families, across the North …

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White knight roofer races to the rescue of pensioner

Josh Morrison, of JR Roofing in Blackpool Lancashire, has done his bit to uphold the reputation of roofers, despite the best efforts of cowboys and conmen. Morrison stepped in when he heard of a pensioner who had been fleeced and then intimidated by cowboys who had stripped her roof and …

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Band of Builders gives a new garden

Kind tradesmen and women from across the country are uniting to help transform the home and garden of a builder suffering from Motor Neurone Disease. Jamie Thompson was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in October 2014, aged 45, and told he had just three years to live. The 49-year-old has already …

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