31 Mar WWA attends screening of ‘inspiring’ new documentary from Plymouth Charity Trust
WWA’s Plymouth Team were honoured to be invited to The Loft, Plymouth on Wednesday 29th March, for the screening of an inspiring new documentary from Plymouth Charity Trust.
Plymouth Charity Trust “supports the welfare of local families going through extremely difficult personal circumstances. Offering sanctuary and affordable housing to those needing a lifeline, to retain their independence to enjoy safe and happy living.”
The film documents the development of Grenville House, a purpose-built facility for people who through physical infirmity, are unable to live independently anywhere else. WWA construction consultants and ADG architects are very proud to be working for the Trust on this project.
The film concluded with heart-warming interviews with residents, describing the life-changing impact of the Trust’s facilities.
After the film, Steve Hole, Trust Chairman gave thanks to all the teams for the commitment and care “that money can’t buy”, and The Lord Mayor, Sue Dann, shared observations from this project, on the power of a common purpose.
By Ian Tweedale, WWA Marketing Director
Attending for WWA were Harrison Stone, Alice Taylor with Andrew Gilbert and Matt Bromley.