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Round Table dig deep to help out Sandycroft Centre following attack

Ross Crawford 14th Aug, 2018

REDDITCH Round Table have dug deep to help out after the devastating vandalism at the Sandycroft Centre.

The incident touched the big hearted group and now they’ve donated some much needed funds to the centre in the hope that repairs can now be completed to restore it to full operating capacity.

Sandycroft is a multi-faceted centre which offers support to a host of people battling to overcome problems.

“The work the centre does, and help its staff provide, is unparalleled in Redditch,” said Tablers chairman Dan Buckley.

“They provide support and counselling to those who need it most, and with next to no funding and support from the government they really do need our help to keep going.

“From the repairs needed after the recent mindless vandalism, through to the general up keep of the property they work from, these volunteers provide a lifeline to members of the Redditch community that need it most.”

As a result Dan and fellow Tablers Andy Norris and Steve Broadbent visited Sandycroft Centre to meet manager Lee Mackenzie and her team to find out about the work they do.

“When we heard about the vandalism and destruction we simply had to do something to help,” said Dan.

“We really do hope that they are able to fully repair the property and keep going, this is a much needed centre and we are so glad we can help” said Dan.

“At the Redditch Round Table we are always looking for ways to help our community, and if you know of any projects or charities and groups that could benefit from our support please do get in touch.”

For more information about Round Table, visit or call 0121 456 4567.


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