Back on the tools - from estimator to electrician

Category: General
Author: WMQ Building Services

Gail Hunstone usually spends her working week at WMQ as an electrical estimator but over the weekend she had the opportunity to get ‘back on the tools’. Here Gail is pictured installing new light fittings, courtesy of WMQ, at the ‘HOPE Centre in Airdrie, where her friends from the ‘UNWANTED Scooter Club’ gave some of their time to refresh one of the spaces in the centre.

HOPE Centre on Chapel Street, Airdrie is the most experienced third sector autism specific service offered in North Lanarkshire. It provides activity groups and runs a range of  fun and educational based activities for children and young people aged 2 – 25 years of age over 6 days a week. The service also offers support to local families and carers affected by ASD.

WMQ is committed to supporting the local community and this was an opportunity to work in partnership with 2 local groups.

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