Will Chan, Business Development Manager for Mila Window and Door Maintenance was proud to hand over a new door to the New Romney Sea Cadets to complete the refurbishment of their newly refurbished centre.
Through their partnership with East Kent Housing Mila Maintenance were asked if they could help out when the cadet’s unit fell into disrepair, and they were only too happy to do so.
Says Will “When Barbara Wilkins from Shepway brought the problem to our attention we were delighted to volunteer to help out. We know how important organisations like the sea cadets are to young people. “Along with other trades we were more than happy to do our bit and the newly refurbished centre looks fantastic now”.
“We are keen to help out in the communities where we work whenever we can, and this project delivers far more than a door – it genuinely creates opportunities for some of the young people in the area to pursue their passion and enrich their lives”.
Contracts Manager Dean Bradford who installed the door made the same point “we have all been involved in things when we were younger which have helped us along, and being able to support the local cadets on this project is great. If the centre looks the part then it will encourage them along and hopefully encourage others to join too”.
For the cadets Lt. Cdr. DW Davies expressed his thanks “I want to thank Mila Maintenance very much indeed for their generous donation of a new security front door and also for the speed and efficiency of those fitting it”.
“It has given the finishing touch to the recently recladded building and has already been much admired by adults and cadets attending”.
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