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Scottish Water Volunteers Help at Sense Scotland in Glasgow

Scottish Water Volunteers Help at Sense Scotland in Glasgow
From left to right: Stephen Sloane , Ian Piggot, Heather Graham, Maggie Eccles, Lynsey Tweedie, Martin Baker, Lorna Singleton, Louise Adamson

Scottish Water Volunteers Help at Sense Scotland in Glasgow


Scottish Water workers helped carry out some essential work for Sense Scotland, a charity which works with deaf blind and disabled people, to help redecorate part of its family resource centre in the south of Glasgow.

A team of workers from Scottish Water’s customer service delivery department carried out the voluntary work for the charity at its family resource centre in Pollockshields, Glasgow.

The Scottish Water staff decorated a toilet and a bathroom at the centre.

Gillian McGrory, manager of the family resource centre, said: “The Scottish Water team were very friendly and did a great amount of work in a short period of time.

“They turned small, boring rooms into bright spaces that young people can use and they improved the tactile wall, which is fantastic for young people with visual impairments. We would like to say thanks again to Scottish Water from all the young people and staff in Newark Drive.”