04:47AM, Saturday 03 August 2013
The ShopMobility Offices in Maidenhead town centre have been given a makeover by willing volunteers from Web Content Management Company Ektron.
On Tuesday a team of 10 from the business in Bell Street arrived armed with their paint brushes to brighten up the offices in Nicholsons Car Park, Broadway.
For the second time in a month Ektron has swapped computers for community and given up their time as part of Windsor and Maidenhead Voluntary Action (WMVA).
The offices, in need of a face lift after 16 years, are the hub for ShopMobility which provides essential services to people who are unable to get about independently.
Peter Haley of ShopMobility said: We’re really grateful to Ektron for making a huge effort in refreshing the offices for service users."
On Thursday, July 11 volunteers from Ektron spent a day helping out at Braywick Heath Nurseries in Braywick Road.
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