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1940’s-themed event at Ayrshire Women’s Hub

October 26 2018

TEA has been served at the Ayrshire Women’s Hub with a vintage 1940s theme.

The City Gate Construction-sponsored event took place at the Hub in Ayr and was a great success.

Our Ayr office offered the Ayrshire Women’s Hub money to stage the afternoon tea and even provided cake stands to give it an authentic feel.

Neil Whyte who runs our Ayrshire operation from Crown Street said it marked a further means of support for the Hub which has been an instant hit in Ayrshire.

CGC were among several contractors who provided free help to get the Hub up and running earlier this year.

This included providing the skills of our Ayrshire workforce on such things as plastering and tiling to make it ready for the opening in May.
It also fits perfectly with CGC’s long-established commitment to helping communities wherever we are working.

Neil said: “We are delighted that the 1940’s-themed tea event went so well. The Hub is doing a vital job to support women in Ayrshire and we wish it continued success.”

“The Ayrshire Women’s Hub is an inspiring step forward for women across Ayrshire. “

Leo Reilly, Managing Director of CGC said: “This is another example of our commitment to helping communities across Ayrshire.”

The Ayrshire Women’s Hub in Alloway Street in Ayr offers a range of services including a café, therapies, workshops and classes.

www.ayrshirewomenshub.org.uk