Stelrad partners with local school for health and safety

Stelrad Radiators’ in-house Community Forum is working with a local infant school in Mexborough, South Yorkshire to help keep the pupils safe on the roads and to help it in its aim to provide a defibrillator for the local community.

As well as making a £200 donation to the schools fund for the defibrillator, they have donated reflective “snap bands” for all 120 children in the school, to help them stay safe on the way to and from school predominantly in the winter months when they are out and about in the dark. These went down a storm with the kids and should help them to stay safe and as importantly, make sure motorists can see them easily from a distance.

Head Teacher at Pitt Street School in Mexborough is Pam Belnavis: “We are grateful for the support we have had from Stelrad – it’s a perfect partnership with a major local employer and we hope we will be able to build on the connection we have made with the company in the months and years ahead.”

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Left to right: Back row: Joanie Haycock (Nursery Teacher), Debbie Ward (Stelrad) and Pam Belnavis (Head Teacher)  Front row: Pupils at the school Callum Smith; Troy Wales; Harry Reid; Alyssa Smith; George Brabham; Charlotte Tepper; Grace Kelly; Alfie Green and Lily Brabham

Left to right: Back row: Joanie Haycock (Nursery Teacher), Debbie Ward (Stelrad) and Pam Belnavis (Head Teacher) Front row: Pupils at the school Callum Smith; Troy Wales; Harry Reid; Alyssa Smith; George Brabham; Charlotte Tepper; Grace Kelly; Alfie Green and Lily Brabham