A community centre and a school, both in Enfield, are set to make improvements to their facilities after being awarded a share of a £15,000 community fund through TG Lynes’ Helping Hands campaign.
TG Lynes launched Helping Hands to support good causes close to its Enfield headquarters.
The Ruth Winston Community Centre in Palmers Green was awarded £10,000 worth of materials and labour and Southbury Primary School in Ponders End secured £5,000 worth of support from the campaign.
According to a statement, the good causes were chosen by a team of TG Lynes judges from dozens of applications.
Andrew Ingram, TG Lynes’ managing director, said: “We are proud of our Enfield roots and the majority of our employees come from the local area so it’s a campaign that really resonates throughout the business.
“Naturally, we want to do what we can to support the community and Helping Hands gives us the opportunity to make a tangible difference.
“Having visited both The Ruth Winston Community Centre and Southbury Primary School myself, I know these are two very worthy causes and both are committed to providing the very best facilities. I know they will use their funding wisely for the benefit of their users.”