3000 for cerebral palsy charity 12:00, 18 AUG 2017Updated21:14, 20 AUG 2017Stanlow's safety record has led to a 3,000 donation to a celebral palsy charity.
Back row: Sally Darlington, health and safety specialist, Essar; Joe Shaw, maintenance technician, Essar; Hettie Miles, community and corporate fundraiser, Stick 'n' Step. Front row: George Shaw (Image: 120817 STANLOW PALSY) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailSafety at an Ellesmere Port coach outlet locations deer park refinery has helped a cerebral palsy charity.An uncle, father and grandfather, all working at Essar Stanlow, have been able to support a charity close to their hearts following a recent safety achievement of eight million hours without a lost time injury at the refinery.The donation was made to Wirral based Stick 'n' Step as part of the company's Let's Give initiative which links its commitment to safety directly with charitable giving.Ellesmere Port's George Shaw joins VIPs at Stick 'n' Step's charity ballDonations are made to local coach outlet sale ny charities nominated by employees who have had personal dealings with them.Stick 'n' Step supports coach outlet locations near los angeles children and young people who have cerebral palsy and their families across north west England and north Wales.The charity provides personalised group 'conductive education' sessions for up to coach outlet sale codes 70 children at their centre every week. The sessions see active learning and include play, mobility tasks and songs to develop functional skills.(Image: UGC TCH)Children and young people are motivated by working alongside others in similar circumstances in positive surroundings and are empowered to achieve realistic goals that are specific and relevant to them.Ellesmere Port refinery sign deal to fuel another major airlineMaintenance technician Joe Shaw has been at Stanlow for 10 years with his father and brother also working at the refinery.Explaining why he chose to nominate the charity he said: "My 11 year old nephew George has cerebral palsy. The charity has done wonders not only for his physical development but for his confidence too. He is a massive football fan and following great treatment and determination on his part he plays every Saturday for CP (Cerebral Palsy) United.Ellesmere Port oil refinery aids Down's syndrome charity"As a small and local charity close to the heart of our family it is fantastic that we have been able to support Stick 'n' Step with this donation from Essar.
"Hettie Miles at the charity added: "Our aim is simple, we want to enable each child to reach their personal potential in terms of their confidence, mobility and independence."We are very grateful to Essar for their generous donation which will greatly support our current fundraising efforts to improve the centre.Ellesmere Port youngster George Shaw wins Everton FC's Goal of the Month competition"When you're living with cerebral palsy and battling hard to take your first steps, or you're learning to crawl, you need a completely level, totally flat space to practice.
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