Local charities benefit from construction company

Cruden Building & Renewables manager Davie Hughes (third right) presents cheques for a total of  �1000 to  Riverside Day Centre representativesei Shiela Baxter and Helen Alexander (left) and Wigtownshire Branch of Enable representatives Mary Bell and Morag Hyslop

Cruden Building & Renewables manager Davie Hughes (third right) presents cheques for a total of �1000 to Riverside Day Centre representativesei Shiela Baxter and Helen Alexander (left) and Wigtownshire Branch of Enable representatives Mary Bell and Morag Hyslop

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Big-hearted construction company, Cruden Building and Renewables, handed over a total of £1000 to two local charities this week.

Site manager Davie Hughes presented cheques for £500 each to the Riverside Day Centre, Newton Stewart and to the Wigtownshire Branch of Enable at the company’s Woodlands site in Newton Stewart on Tuesday.

The money was raised at golf days and from contributions from sub-contractors and locals.

Mr Hughes said: “I would like to thank all the workers, contractors and local gym members at the Merrick Centre for all their contributions.”

Glasgow-based Cruden are currently building 36 mixed tenure houses on the site of the former Woodlands School for DGHP.