A Welsh community group has thanked Pave Aways for providing an “invaluable” outdoor meeting space for groups to enjoy.
We built the new facility in the grounds of the Guilsfield Jubilee Hut with a concrete slab, timber frame and cladding on the outside as part of our community benefits programme.
Elizabeth Kneale, chair of the Guilsfield Jubilee Hut Committee, said villagers were looking forward to making the most of the new facility now Covid restrictions had been fully lifted.
“It will be an invaluable addition when the Jubilee Hut is rented out for parties, camps and especially outdoor activities. It will certainly come into its own when the village meet for the annual bonfire celebrations on November 5th. The Scouting groups are now meeting again and the Rainbow group, which meets monthly, has had good use of the shelter.
“On behalf of the Jubilee Hut committee, I would like to say how very grateful we are to Pave Aways for choosing us as one of their community projects.”
Construction Director Jamie Evans said: “Since the pandemic, usable outdoor facilities like this are more important than ever and this will be a valuable asset for the village.
“Supporting the communities where we live and work is a large part of the Pave Aways’ ethos and we’re delighted to have been able to make this happen for the people and groups of Guilsfield.”