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Hendy Group spreads Christmas cheer in Kent

Hendy Group spreads Christmas cheer in Kent
2 min read Published 18 Dec 23

Families and volunteers involved in Number One Community Trust in Tunbridge Wells have enjoyed an early Christmas treat and have been taking to the ice at the town’s festive ice rink.

Hendy Group, one of the key sponsors this year, has donated tickets to enable families and volunteers involved in the charity to enjoy time on the ice in the run-up to Christmas.

Among the first to take to the ice rink were Stephanie Kiefer from Number One Community Trust and Laura Thompsett with her daughter Tasha and there were smiles all round from the skaters.

Mark Busby, director - commercial operations from Hendy Group said it was heartwarming to see the faces of children and adults having fun on the ice.

“The organisers of SKATE have created a magical experience and we are delighted to be able to share this with volunteers and families involved with the charity,” Mark said.

Number One Community Trust is committed to enhancing the quality of life of the residents in the local area through events, activities and projects that promote physical, mental and spiritual health and wellbeing and was recently saved from closure.

Its chair Peter Sanlon thanked Hendy Group for the tickets for all to enjoy. “It is important to us at Number One that our volunteers and those we support have things to celebrate and enjoy,” said Peter.

“These skating tickets are a lovely early Christmas present to people who work to help others in our community and to families we are involved with. We are very thankful to Hendy Group for making this possible.”