Knauf flooring team sets record for Children in Need

Knauf recently helped out the BBC One TV programme DIY SOS: The Big Build with Children in Need.

Knauf flooring team sets record for Children in Need

The company donated 200sq m of GIFAfloor to the Little Miracles Project featured in the programme.

The company’s own flooring team – Rachel Jeffery, Mark Crowsley, John Pullan and Steve Knight – laid out the flooring in just a day and a half as the project was to build the new community centre in just 10 days.

The Knauf team worked closely with Nu-Heat, which installed the underfloor heating system so that as each panel of pipework was completed the team would lay Knauf GIFA over the top.

The project involved a life-changing transformation to the charity’s centre for disabled children in Peterborough.

Little Miracles is a parent led centre, support group and charity for children with additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions. Little Miracles now helps 700 families and has over 2500 children registered to use the centre.

The programme was broadcast on BBC One on November 14.

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