Foxton Centre gets a new helping hand

Senior management at Mulbery Homnes volunteered their time to serve hot food and wash dishes in the Foxton Centre's community cafe.
Senior management at Mulbery Homnes volunteered their time to serve hot food and wash dishes in the Foxton Centre's community cafe.
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The coffers of Preston’s Foxton Centre have been boosted by housing developer Mulbury Homes.

The centre, which supports some of the city’s most vulnerable groups, has received a £500 donation from the company to help fund a variety of its community projects, while three of the company’s senior management team volunteered their time to serve hot food and wash dishes in the centre’s community cafe.

The centre in Knowsley Street, which also operates a food bank, provides a space for homeless people, rough sleepers and other vulnerable people to participate in training, arts and crafts and other social activities.

Mulbury Homes is currently developing a range of affordable housing in three phases on land off New Hall Lane, Preston, as well as a 70-home extra-care facility aimed at older people.