By now you’ll have seen that we finished Jamie’s project. Over the course of eight days, over 40 people transformed the kitchen and garden at Jamie and partner Sarah’s home in Cradley, near Malvern, to make it more accessible for Jamie.
Behind each project is an army of people who help make it possible, from the companies who donate materials to members of the local community who provide food, accommodation and much more.
On Jamie’s Project we were lucky enough to be supported by a long list of people and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank them all.
Firstly, thanks to the Lighthouse Club and Jewson who backed the project. The Lighthouse Club gave us a grant to help pay for materials, while other materials were provided thanks to cash from Jewson won by our founder Addam Smith as part of Building Better Communities.
Other materials, accommodation and food and drink were kindly donated by the following companies and individuals:
- Leekes, Bilston, who donated Jamie and Sarah’s patio furniture
- Jamie and Sarah’s neighbours
- Abby & Immy at the Exchange Inn
- Malvern St James School who accommodated our volunteers
- Lee Brothers
- Butlers Fish and Chips
- Steve’s Soft Whip
- County Window & Conservatories (Glass)
- Warren’s Gaffer John Morgan Window Wise
- Sarah’s netball team for lending a helping hand
- Bonomini Carpets (Stuart Bonomini Flooring)
- British Gypsum; Payton’s Solicitors
- Fix Radio
- Gandalf Engineering
- Deborah Rhodes and Weber
- Andy Parsons CTG Gloucester
- Ryan Hill Plasterers One Stop Shop
- Scot & Will Thames Covers
- Leyton Blocks Wrexham
- Dyfed Prichard Welding
- Dafydd (Skip Company; Richard’s Nurseries
- Chipper Grinder
- Antiques Shop
- Olive Tree, Ledbury
- the Goodwin family
- Waitrose (Malvern)
- Codfather (Ledbury)