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Housebuilder helps Wokingham charity’s work with vulnerable by providing bedware

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WOKINGHAM’S vulnerable population will benefit from a charity donation made by a housebuilder.

Taylor Wimpey West London has given more than £500 to Wokingham in Need, to help them provide duvets, pillows and bedding for clients moving into temporary accommodation.

Wokingham in Need responds directly or acts as a catalyst in working with other organisations including support for the Salvation Army centre in Sturges Road.

The charity is close to the company’s new The Evergreens development.

Sally Brown, volunteer grants coordinator at Wokingham in Need said: “We are extremely grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their kind donation, which will go a long way in providing support for the people who need it most in the community.”

And Gemma Bibby, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey West London said: “Wokingham in Need provides an invaluable service for people in and around Wokingham and we are delighted to be able to make this contribution to them.”

WOKINGHAM’S vulnerable population will benefit from a charity donation made by a housebuilder.

Taylor Wimpey West London has given more than £500 to Wokingham in Need, to help them provide duvets, pillows and bedding for clients moving into temporary accommodation.

Wokingham in Need responds directly or acts as a catalyst in working with other organisations including support for the Salvation Army centre in Sturges Road.

The charity is close to the company’s new The Evergreens development.

Sally Brown, volunteer grants coordinator at Wokingham in Need said: “We are extremely grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their kind donation, which will go a long way in providing support for the people who need it most in the community.”

And Gemma Bibby, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey West London said: “Wokingham in Need provides an invaluable service for people in and around Wokingham and we are delighted to be able to make this contribution to them.”

WOKINGHAM’S vulnerable population will benefit from a charity donation made by a housebuilder.

Taylor Wimpey West London has given more than £500 to Wokingham in Need, to help them provide duvets, pillows and bedding for clients moving into temporary accommodation.

Wokingham in Need responds directly or acts as a catalyst in working with other organisations including support for the Salvation Army centre in Sturges Road.

The charity is close to the company’s new The Evergreens development.

Sally Brown, volunteer grants coordinator at Wokingham in Need said: “We are extremely grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their kind donation, which will go a long way in providing support for the people who need it most in the community.”

And Gemma Bibby, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey West London said: “Wokingham in Need provides an invaluable service for people in and around Wokingham and we are delighted to be able to make this contribution to them.”

WOKINGHAM’S vulnerable population will benefit from a charity donation made by a housebuilder.

Taylor Wimpey West London has given more than £500 to Wokingham in Need, to help them provide duvets, pillows and bedding for clients moving into temporary accommodation.

Wokingham in Need responds directly or acts as a catalyst in working with other organisations including support for the Salvation Army centre in Sturges Road.

The charity is close to the company’s new The Evergreens development.

Sally Brown, volunteer grants coordinator at Wokingham in Need said: “We are extremely grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their kind donation, which will go a long way in providing support for the people who need it most in the community.”

And Gemma Bibby, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey West London said: “Wokingham in Need provides an invaluable service for people in and around Wokingham and we are delighted to be able to make this contribution to them.”

WOKINGHAM’S vulnerable population will benefit from a charity donation made by a housebuilder.

Taylor Wimpey West London has given more than £500 to Wokingham in Need, to help them provide duvets, pillows and bedding for clients moving into temporary accommodation.

Wokingham in Need responds directly or acts as a catalyst in working with other organisations including support for the Salvation Army centre in Sturges Road.

The charity is close to the company’s new The Evergreens development.

Sally Brown, volunteer grants coordinator at Wokingham in Need said: “We are extremely grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their kind donation, which will go a long way in providing support for the people who need it most in the community.”

And Gemma Bibby, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey West London said: “Wokingham in Need provides an invaluable service for people in and around Wokingham and we are delighted to be able to make this contribution to them.”

WOKINGHAM’S vulnerable population will benefit from a charity donation made by a housebuilder.

Taylor Wimpey West London has given more than £500 to Wokingham in Need, to help them provide duvets, pillows and bedding for clients moving into temporary accommodation.

Wokingham in Need responds directly or acts as a catalyst in working with other organisations including support for the Salvation Army centre in Sturges Road.

The charity is close to the company’s new The Evergreens development.

Sally Brown, volunteer grants coordinator at Wokingham in Need said: “We are extremely grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their kind donation, which will go a long way in providing support for the people who need it most in the community.”

And Gemma Bibby, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey West London said: “Wokingham in Need provides an invaluable service for people in and around Wokingham and we are delighted to be able to make this contribution to them.”

WOKINGHAM’S vulnerable population will benefit from a charity donation made by a housebuilder.

Taylor Wimpey West London has given more than £500 to Wokingham in Need, to help them provide duvets, pillows and bedding for clients moving into temporary accommodation.

Wokingham in Need responds directly or acts as a catalyst in working with other organisations including support for the Salvation Army centre in Sturges Road.

The charity is close to the company’s new The Evergreens development.

Sally Brown, volunteer grants coordinator at Wokingham in Need said: “We are extremely grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their kind donation, which will go a long way in providing support for the people who need it most in the community.”

And Gemma Bibby, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey West London said: “Wokingham in Need provides an invaluable service for people in and around Wokingham and we are delighted to be able to make this contribution to them.”

WOKINGHAM’S vulnerable population will benefit from a charity donation made by a housebuilder.

Taylor Wimpey West London has given more than £500 to Wokingham in Need, to help them provide duvets, pillows and bedding for clients moving into temporary accommodation.

Wokingham in Need responds directly or acts as a catalyst in working with other organisations including support for the Salvation Army centre in Sturges Road.

The charity is close to the company’s new The Evergreens development.

Sally Brown, volunteer grants coordinator at Wokingham in Need said: “We are extremely grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their kind donation, which will go a long way in providing support for the people who need it most in the community.”

And Gemma Bibby, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey West London said: “Wokingham in Need provides an invaluable service for people in and around Wokingham and we are delighted to be able to make this contribution to them.”

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