Magnificent MFC benefit Cancer Research

Saturday 14th August 2021
Twelve members of the UK team descended upon Martlesham Suffolk where the tasks consisted of breaking up a large area of concrete , breaking some smaller concrete paths , removing an unwanted tree and general foliage clearance. 

The property is owned by Lauren and Rod Hills who are in the process of renovating the 1960 bungalow.

The concrete, which is due to be recycled was required to be broken and piled prior to the arrival of a digger / driver who will complete the next stages of an extension.

The team benefitted from the attendance of Aaron and his industrial breaker which made light work of breaking the concrete.

This was also complimented by two further breakers owned by Alan Seaman (thanks Al) and MFC. Excellent catering was provided by Lauren and Pam / Rob Soames who made sure that the team remained hydrated and fed throughout our stay (thank you).

A donation has been made to Cancer Research which is very close to MFC hearts (again thank you). The team worked in unison making sure that their hard efforts matched / exceeded the expectations of our hosts who were extremely pleased with the end result.

On behalf of Lauren, Rod & us sincere thanks to you and the Muscles Team for the tremendous amount of work you all got through this morning at Chandos. A real credit to you, Phil & all involved & much appreciated.  Lauren will sort out the donation at the earliest. Best regards, Rob & Pam

Muscles project number – 431                                                                                                     Total voluntary hours – 16,684

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