Home improvements company wants to help good causes in Hertfordshire

PUBLISHED: 16:00 19 September 2016 | UPDATED: 14:14 20 September 2016

Mark Ottaway, Anglian Home Improvements

Mark Ottaway, Anglian Home Improvements


A national home improvements firm wants to mark its 50th anniversary by helping 50 local causes.

Anglian Home Improvements has pledged to assist community projects in need with anything from windows and doors to plain old hard cash.

The company is urging community groups, schools, local organisations and charities across Hertfordshire to submit an application for #50for50 at www.anglianhome.co.uk/50for50 before midnight on Friday November 11.

Mark Ottaway, Managing Director London North and East Anglia, Anglian Home Improvements, said: “As a company we are passionate about giving back to the community, so we thought it was only fitting to commemorate our 50th anniversary by offering to support a variety of deserving causes across the UK.

“We are looking for organisations, schools, community-based groups, charities and even individuals who really make a difference in Hertfordshire to come forward and tell us about the fantastic work they are doing and why they feel they should be one of our final 50.”

All applications will go through a judging process, and successful applicants will be contacted via email or telephone by the end of Friday November 25.

Full terms and conditions can be found on the Anglian website www.anglianhome.co.uk/50for50.

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