Animal welfare charity SESAW thanks apprentices from Delphi for volunteer work
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An animal welfare charity based at Leavenheath celebrated its 25th anniversary this year and thanked the many individuals and organisations for their help in reaching the milestone.
Suffolk and Essex Small Animal Welfare (SESAW) highlighted the work of a group of apprentices from Delphi, who repaired and renovated various buildings during the summer.
The dedicated group became a familiar sight around the sanctuary and the pig enclosure was also transformed, much to the delight of newly arrived Kunekune couple Bob and Peggy.
A spokeswoman for SESAW said: “Trustees and volunteers send a heartfelt thank you to the Delphi apprentices who are a credit to themselves, the company and the community.”
Delphi thanked Ridgeons – the timber and builders merchants in Sudbury – who were very generous with the supply of materials and advice for the project.
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Ridgeons has continually supported Delphi’s community projects in the area.
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