The current development phase at Willow Green has concluded with the sale of the show home. In honour of this occasion, three charities — the Warrington Foodbank, Recovery Homes CIC, and Branching Out — have received the household goods used to furnish the show home.
As well as providing food to struggling families, Warrington Foodbank also supplies homewares. Typically, these are given to vulnerable people moving into their first homes, often after enduring long periods of homelessness.
The second charity, Recovery Houses CIC, assists people recovering from addiction. The donated housewares will help aid their reintegration into society.
Finally, any useful materials left over will be given to Littleport charity Branching Out. Cannon Kirk has an existing relationship with this amazing organisation working to aid adults with learning difficulties.
Cannon Kirk sales advisor Lynne Carr requested the resources on behalf of her son, Ben Pennell, who volunteers for Warrington Foodbank and Recovery Houses CIC.
“As a house builder, we have a special place in our hearts for the home situations of others,” says Cannon Kirk Sales Manager Mandy Lott. “Of course, we were delighted to assist Lynne and Ben in supporting vulnerable people through these great causes.”
The three charities continue to perform vital work. To learn more about their activities and make donations of your own, visit: