King’s Dyke brickworks’ Adrian to take part in international charity initiative

PUBLISHED: 12:11 20 June 2019 | UPDATED: 12:17 20 June 2019

Adrian Quince, Leading Hand at Forterra's King's Dyke brickworks. Picture: STEVE BAKER PHOTOGRAPHY

Adrian Quince, Leading Hand at Forterra's King's Dyke brickworks. Picture: STEVE BAKER PHOTOGRAPHY

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A leader from a Whittlesey brickworks is aiming to raise thousands of pounds for young children in Africa.

The Miller Malawi Partnership team. Picture: MILLER HOMESThe Miller Malawi Partnership team. Picture: MILLER HOMES

Adrian Quince, Leading Hand at the Forterra King's Dyke brickworks, has teamed up with house-builders Miller Homes to provide support for global development charity Habitat for Humanity GB's home-building and sanitation initiatives in Malawi.

Adrian will join three directors from Miller Homes and 14 corporate partners to help raise £30,000 for the construction of a new bridge in the Chikwawa District of Salima this month, enabling the creation of vital sanitation facilities for Mazongoza Primary School.

Adrian said: "It's an honour to be part of Miller Homes' team of partners as we offer our contribution to Habitat for Humanity's hugely important work in Malawi."

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"I'm looking forward to seeing the results of our work in Salima's community."

The aim of the trip is to help fulfil the house-builder's pledge to build more 'Habitat Homes' and raise support for the charity's water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) programme.

Stephen Harrison, chief executive of Forterra, said: "It is a privilege to partner with Miller Homes in support of their continuing work and fundraising efforts for Habitat for Humanity."

To donate to the Miller Malawi partnership, visit https://giving.habitatforhumanity.org.uk/cf/Miller-Malawi-Partnership.


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