19 November 2012
A plaque marking Premier Foods' legacy to the charity has been unveiled in the dining room at Tedworth House in Tidworth, one of the Help for Heroes personnel recovery centres.
On Monday 29th October, a plaque marking Premier Foods&##39; legacy to the charity was unveiled in the dining room at Tedworth House in Tidworth, one of the Help for Heroes personnel recovery centres.
Laura Ansell, Group Community & Corporate Affairs Coordinator was joined by some of Premier Foods’ site community champions to celebrate the success of the charity partnership and to see where some of the fundraising efforts have been directly spent.
Janine Harrison, community champion at Lifton said "It was a fabulous opportunity to see the transformation of Tedworth House into one of the personnel recovery centres and have lunch in the dining area that our money helped build. I thought the building had an incredible uplifting feel, the facilities were amazing and all the staff were so warm and welcoming."
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