Travis Perkins donate tools to Kenya

Builders’ merchant Travis Perkins has donated tools worth £700, to a school project in Kenya.
The products, donated via the company’s Malvern branch include drills, paint rollers, chisels, hammers, spirit levels and pliers .

Workers from Property Care Partnership which is based in Malvern, are visiting a school in rural Keyna to help pass on skills such as decorating and carpentry.

Malvern branch manager Paul Davis said he and his team were delighted to have been involved in this project.

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