The Walters site team, who are currently working on the Pembroke Dock Land Remediation project for the Milford Haven Port Authority, organised a generous collection of food parcels to support the local charity, PATCH. ‘Pembrokeshire Action To Combat Hardship’
The team chose PATCH as they are a well-renowned charity based in the Pembrokeshire area that supports members of the community in times of need.
PATCH is a charitable organisation which aims to relieve the effects of poverty for individuals and families within the county of Pembrokeshire and since 2008 has been giving free food parcels, clothing and household items to those in a financial crisis in Pembrokeshire. For more information and ways to help please click here.
Walters collected a substantial amount of food which equated to a full van and which we personally delivered to Patch’s premises in Milford Haven last week.
Gerrard Northey, Walters’s Project Manager, said “Our entire site team came together to collect a substantial donation to help others in these challenging and difficult times. We chose Patch as we wanted to donate to a food bank ahead of the Christmas period to help the local community. A special mention also to Gavin Griffiths Group and Tivy Security for their support and generous contributions”
Walters, appointed by the Port of Milford Haven, in providing a critical facility by means of the remediation works and laydown space for future innovative development of the Port. The Walters scope consists of the Land Remediation works and the creation of some 17,000 sqm of laydown space playing a key part in expanding Pembrokeshire’s proposition for the floating offshore wind and marine energy industries. The Walters Group brings with it a wealth of expertise and experience in the field of civil engineering which will assist the Port in achieving its end goals in making it a forerunner with environmental sustainability and marine.