Shop makeover thanks to firm

From left to right' 'Daniel Essex'Jack Smith'Sharon Ayles'Stacey Bann'Tyler Geraghty'Robert Lane
From left to right' 'Daniel Essex'Jack Smith'Sharon Ayles'Stacey Bann'Tyler Geraghty'Robert Lane
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apprentices came to the rescue of homelessness charity Shelter by giving one of its South Yorkshire shops a makeover.

The lads from maintenance specialist Willmott Dixon Partnerships spent three days modernising the shop in Effingham Street, Rotherham town centre, which was desperately in need of a facelift.

Work carried out as part of national apprenticeship week included replacing carpet tiles, installing a new shopfront and redecorating.

Mick Williamson, from Willmott Dixon, said: “I am delighted our apprentices have been able to put their new skills to good use for such a worthwhile charity.”

Richard Sweet, from Shelter, said: “We’re delighted Willmott Dixon has been so generous in giving the team’s time and skill.”