Pipework firm joins children’s hospice campaign

Pruce Newman Pipework managing director Graham Newman (left) and operations director Alan Pruce (rig

Pruce Newman Pipework managing director Graham Newman (left) and operations director Alan Pruce (right) with EACH's Sophie Mayes (centre). Picture: EACH - Credit: EACH

A pipe and steelwork fabrication firm has joined the businesses supporting a children's charity.

Wymondham-based Pruce Newman Pipework has become a member of the nook business network which sees companies pledge to raise sums for East Anglia's Children's Hospices's (EACH) appeal to build a purpose built hospice at Quidenham.

Graham Newman, managing director of Pruce Newman Pipework, said: 'As a family firm with its roots firmly in East Anglian soil, Pruce Newman have been regular donors to EACH for as long as I can remember. The fact that EACH offers such vital support to families across the region in which we operate resonates strongly with the ethos of our business. We're proud to be working with EACH this year, and in particular the Nook appeal, as we would like our support to be more targeted and effective in enabling the completion of this vital resource within 15 miles of our head office.'


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