Etwall homeless and addiction centre completely revamped thanks to caring Burton staff
Kind-hearted staff from a Burton home improvement store have rolled up their sleeves to revamp a centre for the homeless and drug and alcohol addicts.
Employees from the B&Q store in Wellington Road and the one in Osmaston Park Road in Derby joined forces to revamp the charity-run Betel-Derby centre, which helps men, women and families affected by homelessness and addiction.
As part of B&Q's aim to 'make home improvement accessible for all', staff redecorated all communal areas in the Etwall centre, including the kitchen, dining room and relaxation room for free using materials from... read more
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