Pudsey company supports Martin House Children’s Hospice refurbishment

G&H Group project engineer Jack Fairbrother and Charlotte Harper, partnerships development manager at Martin House Children’s Hospice, are pictured at the newly refurbished The Sanctuary.

Pudsey-based G&H Group has supported the refurbishment of Martin House Children’s Hospice’s The Sanctuary by providing free materials and labour. 

The mechanical, electrical and public health service (MEP) provider has supplied and installed new radiators and toilets in The Sanctuary, which provides a quiet space for all Martin House  users including children and young people with life-shortening illnesses, their families, staff and carers. 

Victoria Greensmith, Director of Clinical Services at Martin House said: “We’re incredibly grateful to G&H Group for supporting the refurbishment of The Sanctuary. The Sanctuary benefits everyone who uses Martin House, be they family members, children, staff or carers, by providing that much needed quiet space to reflect in what can be very difficult, very personal and highly emotional times. 

“We view The Sanctuary as essential for Martin House to provide the best possible care and support to families when they need it the most. A huge thank you to G&H Group for ensuring this space is the tranquil environment our families need.” 

Established in 1998, G&H Group is a market leading MEP provider. Its 180-strong experienced team design, manage, deliver and maintain every aspect of MEP schemes. It is based on South Parade in Pudsey.

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