GAP has donated various building materials to the carpentry and joinery department at St. Helens college, to help young apprenticeship students with training and education.
The donation includes various products manufactured by GAP such as PVC-U windows, doors and roofline products, as well as Rockdoor composite doors that are so popular with homeowners across the UK.
The college could not be more delighted with GAP’s donation as Neil Whitfield, a lecturer within the department, said:
"I have known GAP since they were first established in 1993 and have seen the company grow into one of the leading companies in the home improvement sector. Receiving their support is amazing and will significantly benefit our students' learning journey. It will give them the opportunity to work with industry recognised products and brands, whilst also enabling them the opportunity to work with materials such as PVC-U that they no doubt use within their future careers in the construction trade."
Simon Bird from GAP added. It’s great to be able to support fantastic local programmes such as this with the samples of windows, doors and roofline products we have supplied. We’d like to wish the students at the college all the very best in their studies.